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  • Splashpaint and wine
    Splash Paint and Wine may be the only art studio with its own sommelier. Her name is Astrid, and she helps visitors sift through the studio's 200-bottle strong, internationally-curated collection of wines. If they'd prefer, guests can bring a favorite wine or beer from home. Guests' most memorable pours, however, aren't from a bottle, but from tubes of acrylic paint. In painting sessions, they follow along with an instructor, putting brush to canvas as they conjure their own version of that class's image. And because the studio requires no experience?just a creative spirit and a love of making new friends?Splash is a hit with artists of all stripes.
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    4270 Tamiami Trail East
    Naples, FL US
  • Modern Steps School of Dance
    Modern Steps School of Dance regularly waltzes across the line that separates art from all-out fun. The school’s experienced instructors lead private lessons, group classes, and spirited dance parties for all ages, from seniors to adolescents who only recently grew their fifth toes. Focusing exclusively on ballroom dance, instructors branch out to cover the many styles that fall under that large umbrella, including tango, fox trot, Viennese waltz, and swing. They draw on a rich history of dance tutelage—though the school was founded only two decades ago, its roots in Florida can be traced all the way back to 1513, when Juan Ponce de León tap-danced with joy upon his discovery of Disney World.
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    4117 Tamiami Trail East
    Naples, FL US
  • La Cuisine
    La Cuisine's traditional Peruvian dishes are prepared with local farm-to-table ingredients delivered daily to the restaurant. From the bar, diners can watch the cooks in the open kitchen as they slice sashimi-style fish for the raw bar and prepare small plates of crispy pork belly and peruvian bouillabaisse. Entrees include grilled lamb with cilantro sauce and grilled filet mignon with fettuccine and pesto, which pair with wines from Argentina, Spain, Chile, and beyond.
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    3861 Tamiami Trail East
    Naples, FL US
  • Beef O'Brady's
    At Beef O'Brady's, you can enjoy a classic American burger or sandwich. Beef O'Brady's is a sweet spot for both healthy and low-fat eats. Beef O'Brady's is well-known for being able to seat large parties. Beef O'Brady's tosses the jacket-and-tie dress code convention in favor of a more casual dining experience. You can also have Beef O'Brady's cater your next event. The neighboring lot provides free parking to visitors. Your tab at Beef O'Brady's will usually run to about $30 per guest. You can stop by at almost any time, since Beef O'Brady's offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
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    3883 Tamiami Trl E
    Naples, FL US
  • Texas Tony's BBQ Shack
    Diners launch platters of sauce-soaked ribs, steaming collard greens, and homemade cornbread to table coordinates from the smoke-infused arsenal of Texas Tony's menu. Virtuoso beef artists tend brisket ($8.99/half pound) for 15–18 hours in in-house smokers, using orangewood from a local citrus grove and smoke from a Vegas magician. In The Floridian sandwich, chopped pork, coleslaw, banana peppers, and barbecue sauce cozy up between two slices of crusty texas toast ($9.99). A rack of baby back ribs ($12.99) takes a dip in one of the house's signature sauces, which include mustard- and habanero-based options and demand a Marco Polo duel with taste buds. Neat and responsible homemade corn bread, fresh-cut french fries, and macaroni and cheese ($1.99 each) clean up after the sauce-soaked parties of freewheeling barbecue entrees, and creamy, sweet potato cheesecake ($3.99) offsets tangy notes and offers a dulcet exit as impressive as Julia Child's zip line.
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    4519 Tamiami Trl E
    Naples, FL US
  • Brunina's Pizza and Pasta
    Brunina Carvelli draws from a rich culinary heritage and personal experience with food, from her training in her hometown of Calabria, Italy, to her time as a chef at Trionfo Restaurant in New York City. Before moving to Naples to open up her new eatery, Brunina swore on a stack of margherita pizzas to uphold the family tradition of creative Italian cooking. Guests take their place at tables covered in red-and-white checkered cloth to dine on calzones, lasagna layered with meat, eggs, cheeses, and herbs, or zuppa di pesce with shrimp, clams, mussels, and calamari.
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    4330 Thomasson Dr
    Naples, FL US
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