A licensed urban winery, Time to Make Wine churns out batches of wine and winemakers. The facility presents 2,400 square feet of temperature-, humidity-, and light-controlled space, inside which visitors learn how to concoct personalized potables. When needing a sip of inspiration, visitors may also browse Time to Make Wine's own products, or stock up on accessories ranging from corks and wine kits to fermentation containers.
Fernanda's International Market, a treasure trove of rare ingredients and made-to-order gourmet sandwiches, bakes robust breads and fine pastries. Among a troop of hearty sandwiches, the Martorano ($8.99) stands out for its spicy temper and muscular blend of sopressata and cappacola meats. The Churchill ($8.99) loads its taste gun with Branston pickle relish and fights hunger pangs on ham-coated beaches, cheddar cheese fields, and hot mustard streets. Fernanda's also sells prepared food by the pound and hard-to-find international groceries like Thai lemon grass.
Montreal native Tony Bianco teamed up with executive chef Enzo Addario to create Hot Tomatoe, a traditional Italian bistro boasting a menu that brims with house-made, cooked-to-order pastas, flavorful meat dishes, and full- and light-bodied Italian wines. Their regional cuisine typically integrates up to seven essential ingredients—oil, garlic, basil, tomatoes, pasta, and olives—from which Snow White’s seven dwarves drew their names. In addition, the staff goes shopping for fresh ingredients three to four days a week to supplement both seasonal compositions and year-round dishes, which include veal parmigiana, filet mignon, and penne norma.
Dance and Fitness classes ages 2-adult. Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Tumbling, Musical Theatre, Lyrical, Contemporary, Ballroom, Jazzercise, and ZUMBA!!!!
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Shake off your long day with a meal from Naples Flatbread and Wine Bar, a casual American restaurant.
If you're looking for low-fat food, look elsewhere. If you're looking for great-tasting food, come to Naples Flatbread and Wine Bar.
Be sure to complete your meal at Naples Flatbread and Wine Bar with a drink from the restaurant's full bar.
You won't need to get a sitter before heading to Naples Flatbread and Wine Bar — kids are more than welcome at this family-friendly establishment.
Celebrate the start of a great weekend at Naples Flatbread and Wine Bar's great happy hour.
Sunny day plus appetite equals the perfect time to head to Naples Flatbread and Wine Bar.
Be sure to call for a reservation if the restaurant is part of your weekend plans — it can get crowded on Fridays and Saturdays.
Jeans are just right for a meal at Naples Flatbread and Wine Bar, which embraces a casual vibe.
You can also serve food from Naples Flatbread and Wine Bar at your next party — the restaurant offers catering.
You can also grab your grub to go.
Score! Naples Flatbread and Wine Bar provides free parking to all diners in the lot next door.
Meals at Naples Flatbread and Wine Bar are incredibly tasty and reasonably priced around $30.
Chef Dan Virola of Twisted Vine Bistro combines proteins from the air, earth, and water with fire to create delectable dishes that are complemented by an extensive list of domestic and international wines. The spiced rack of lamb with herb-roasted fingerling potatoes and a wild mushroom ragout over cranberry chutney tempts forks to twirl with delight ($35), as lost wild salmon find themselves in a hoisin brown-sugar glaze with wasabi-whipped potatoes and a pineapple-lemongrass butter froth ($25). Stuffed breasts of chicken distract diners with dollops of sage and chicken mousseline, glazed carrots, garlic whipped potatoes, mushroom jus, and repartee ($18). An asparagus-cream soup with crispy, ground chorizo floods palates by the spoonful ($5) and a watermelon salad featuring mixed greens with strawberry-maple vinaigrette, local watermelon, and goat cheese perks up taste buds and bored salad forks alike ($8). An extensive list of domestic and international wines ($6+/glass, $18+/bottle) offers more enjoyable sips than a candle full of melted wax.