Stores, Malls or Markets in Naples

  • Famed Third Street South
    Famed Third Street South
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    5th Avenue in Old Naples: A Classy Yet Fun Shopping Mecca

    by deecat Updated Feb 10, 2009

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    The place that we visited most often was the Fifth Avenue South area with its art galleries, design boutiques, and the Sugden Theatre which is home to the Naples Players community theatre group. There is also a hotel, cafes, bars and restaurants lining Fifth Avenue south, Naples' offical downtown MAIN STREET.

    There is regular entertainment, art festivals, and live music. In addition on every second Thursday, an event called"Evenings on Fifth" is presented where free live music and other entertainment occurs.

    This is a good time to point out that NAPLES WAS NAMED "THE #1 SMALL ART TOWN IN AMERICA" BY AUTHOR, JOHN VILLANI IN HIS BOOK, THE 100 BEST ART TOWNS IN AMERICA.

    There are several pubs, restaurants, and cafes such as:

    1. Bice Ristorante
    300 Fifth Ave. S.

    2. Bistro 821
    821 Fifth Ave., S

    3. Corks Steakhouse
    863 Fifth Ave. S.

    4. Kelly's Fish House Dining Room
    1302 Fifth Ave. S.

    5. McCabe's Irish Pub & Grill
    600 Fifth Ave. S.

    6. Paddy Murphy's
    457 Fifth Ave. S.

    What to buy: I purchased some beautiful jewelry for our neighbor who took care of our Sally Cat while we were away for one month. I purchased it on Fifth Avenue South at PEOPLE'S POTTERY. The woman who waited on me was so helpful and not at all "pushy". She carefully wrapped the box and put it in the designer bags that they give customers for their purchases.

    Photo #4 shows a photo of this store.

    What to pay: I though that the prices were reasonable and not "off the chart" as so many unique boutique shops usually are.

    Famed 5th AVE S in Naples, Florida Clock on 5th Avenue South Allan Relaxing on Bench on 5th Ave. S People's Pottery, 769 5th Ave. S The Beauty of 5th Avenue S.
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    Third Street South: Exclusive Shopping/Dining in Old Naples

    by deecat Updated Feb 10, 2009

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    One of the more exclusive streets in Naples, Florida, is Third Street South. It is a beautiful street filled with art sculptures, lovely cafe and restaurants, Art Studios, unique shops, and fine architecture. We did notice, however, that since the last time we were here about five years ago, many places are empty [a sign of economic times].

    The Third Street South shopping are includes Gallery Row which is a collection of distinctive art galleries located near the intersection of Broad Street and Third Street South.

    Free music and entertainment is offered along 3rd Stree South every Thursday evening [January through May and every third Thursday from June through December].

    The photographs point out the beauty of Third Street South:

    Photo #1: the clever street sign announcing Third Street South

    Photo #2: the great Tommy Bahama Restaurant and Shop where we ate lunch one day

    Photo #3: The DeBruyne Fine Art Studio [largest in the city]

    Photo #4: The Old Naples Building with its lovely architecture [one of the empty buildings today]

    Photo #5: Typical street scene with Palm Trees and beautiful buildings

    I would suggest that anyone who visits Naples needs to also visit THIRD STREET SOUTH

    Famed Third Street South Tommy Bahama Restuarant & Shoppe DeBruyne Fine Art Old Naples Building Beautiful Street Scene
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    The Village on Venetian Bay: Bellissimo Shopping/Dining

    by deecat Updated Feb 9, 2009

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    One of the most beautiful places to shop or to eat in Naples, Florida, would certainly, in my opinion, be the lovely Village on Venetian Bay

    The whole area is literally on Venetian Bay. Of course, it is to mimic Venice. The architecture is just wonderful; the scenery is elegant, the shops quite exclusive, and the people watching, a real treat.

    The photographs helps to express the beauty of Village on Venetian Bay:

    Photograph #1: While sitting outside one of the shops having a drink, this boat went by...candy for the eyes.

    Photograph #2: A view across the bay from the shops of typical living spaces. Nice real estate, huh?

    Photograph #3: People enjoying a meal outdoors overlooking the bay.

    Photograph #4: An outdoor sculpture in center of the shopping.

    Photograph #5: A distant look at Village on Venetian Bay.

    I found the fashionable boutiques, inspiring architecture, and quaint restaurants overlooking the bay to be a sheer joy.

    It took me awhile to talk Allan into going here, but he admitted that he enjoyed it...what's not to enjoy?

    What to buy: The shops include a deli, women's clothing, men's clothing, a children's shop, several gift shops, ice cream parlor, and several restaurants.

    What to pay: This is a very exclusive place; thus, the prices reflect that fact. The quality is excellent.

    View of Venetian Bay A View from Venetian Village Eating Outdoors at Venetian Bay Art/Nature/Architecture at Venetial Bay The Shops at Venetian Bay
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    3rd Street South: Chi-Chi Shops

    by catalysta Updated Nov 30, 2004

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    Although 5th Avenue South has its share of chic shops, the real haute couture salons are found down on 3rd Street South. It’s a bit quieter here for strolling & shopping, and a lunch break at the bar in Tommy Bahamas is just the thing when you need to slip off your Manolo Blahnik mules for a minute or two, to rest those perfectly pedicures toes.

    (not my photo!)
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    Naples Winery: Taste the Tropics

    by catalysta Written Nov 29, 2004

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    My favorite discovery in Tin City (which for my personal tastes has mostly kind of junky souvenir shop stuff) was the Naples Winery. Of course it’s not for serious wine afficionados, but some of the tropical fruit wines were surprisingly sophisticated & very tasty. My favorite was the Key Limen, a very crispy and delicious fruit wine that would be perfect served in a bucket of ice on the veranda, on a sizzling hot afternoon.

    Life's A Beach
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    5th Avenue South: The Main Drag Of Naples

    by catalysta Written Nov 29, 2004

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    The main drag of Naples is its commercial center as well, 5th Avenue South. All manner of boutiques, restaurants & galleries line the street for blocks in the restored historic city center buildings, from the main intersection at the Tamiami Trail (US41) & 5th.

    5th Avenue South
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    Best of Everything: My Favorite Little Shop

    by RhondaRuth Written Dec 17, 2004

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    The most fun shop I've ever gone into. We were there before they opened along with a pretty large group. Before we left ... there were LOTS of people there shopping. I didn't even go thru the whole shop ... but then I ran out of money, hehe.

    Everything is out in the open and you carry a velvet tray around to lay out what you're buying.

    What to buy: Watches, jewlery, scarfs, shawls, handbags, coin purses ... lot's of stuff like that. I bought more for my grand-daughters for Christmas, PLUS a birthday gift for each for the coming year. (there are 5 girls for me to buy for). What fun! Of course I found a half dozen things for myself as well. Let's see ... 5 watches in 5 different colors. Only $10 each. Can't bet that ... and they are reall nice looking also. Gosh .... I spent $192.00. I just went crazy with the finds, hehe.

    What to pay: As much as you want .... I paid only $5.00 each for charms bracelets for each of the girls. $10 each for ladies watches. $18 for a really nice barret for my hair. So not all prices are cheap ... but I'm happy with what I bought.

    Best of Everything Women Store
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    Waterside Shops at Pelican Bay: outdoor boutique mall

    by cheesecake17 Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    First opened November 1992

    The Waterside Shops at Pelican Bay is one of the most beautiful shopping malls in the area with its Spanish-style architecture, lush landscape and waterfalls

    Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday - 10 AM to 6 PM
    Thursday and Friday - 10 AM to 9 PM
    Saturday - 10 AM to 6 PM
    Sunday - Noon to 5 PM

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    PRIME OUTLET: OUTLET MALL

    by cheesecake17 Written Apr 25, 2005

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    Located in a tropical open-walkway center, features 43 famous brand name outlet stores including fashion, accessories, gifts and home furnishings.
    Prices are really great, better than in the local mall%c:

    Monday - Saturday, 10am - 8pm
    Sunday, 11am - 6pm

    Closed Easter, Thanksgiving Day & Christmas Day.

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    DOLLHOUSES & Minatures: Homes for little people.

    by RhondaRuth Written Dec 17, 2004

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    We were on a mission to build a project and thought we might find the supplies at Dollhouses. It's a little store packed full of all the supplies you need for building & furnishing dollhouses. Met the owner, Nancy. Very nice people work there.

    What to buy: Dollhouse supplies, furnishings and everything you need for the dollhouse of your dreams.

    By the way, they ship WORLDWIDE.

    What to pay: Not cheap ... but this kind of stuff isn't.!

    Nancy's Dollhouses & Miniatures

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    Tin City: Naples' nautical past

    by cheesecake17 Updated Apr 25, 2005

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    Tin City is just a Waterfront shops and restaurants. is Naples' original shopping sensation.

    In a setting which recalls Naples' nautical past, you'll find more than 40 creative boutiques and some restaurants.

    The stores are indoor and some on the waterfront, if you are lucky you will be able to see a manatee...


    What to pay: there is a lot of beach stuff, like shells...

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    Fancy Nancy's: Unique Boutique

    by TRimer Written May 19, 2005

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    For those of us who have ready access to the big name department stores and high-end chains, this little boutique was a refreshing change. We found some unique brand tops here.

    What to buy: I bought a beautiful top with a city scene- very much like Sweet Pea for $60 and a cool pair of high heeled wooded sandles from Vietnam (painted with flowers) for $49.

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    Naples Winery: Who's lookin' at me?

    by catalysta Written Nov 29, 2004

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    While sampling the various Naples fruit wines at the tasing bar, I couldn’t shake off the feeling of being watched. Then a surreptitious glance over my shoulder revealed the culprits!

    Winos On A Shelf
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    Naples Winery: There's more of you guys?

    by catalysta Written Nov 29, 2004

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    Now don’t you think just about any self-respecting wine connoiseur should have a wardrobe of these cuties for his bottles? Would Baron Von Rothschild roll over in his grave, or what?

    FiFi & FooFoo
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    Rooms to Go: Furnish your home or condo.

    by RhondaRuth Written Dec 17, 2004

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    Great place to quickly and inexpensively fill a new home for summer place with the furniture you need.

    What to buy: Home Furnishings.

    Rooms To Go

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