Food & Drink in Naples

Breakfast or Lunch with Drinks for Two or Four, or a Takeout Meal for Two from Cafe Blu (Up to 49% Off)

Cafe Blu - Naples

Naples

$36.98 $19

Breakfast dishes served all day include omelets, crepes, and maple-walnut French toast; lunch entrees range from tuna melts to meatloaf

$11.50 for $20 Worth of Local, Healthy Food for Dine-In or Carryout at Three60 Market

Three60 Market

East Naples

$20 $11.50

Locally sourced, healthy food fills market shelves, restaurant plates, and the deli case

$25 for $40 Worth of French Comfort Food at Chez Boet French Home Cooking

Chez Boet French Home Cooking

Old Naples

$40 $25

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Home-style French cuisine made with locally sourced seafood and locally grown, organic, seasonal ingredients

$15.99 for $30 Worth of Asian Dinner for Two or More at Charlie Chiang's

Charlie Chiang's

North Naples

$30 $15.99

Award-winning, Asian-inspired restaurant with a riverfront patio serves up rarified dishes like creamy walnut shrimp and lobster sushi rolls

Peruvian Cuisine at La Cuisine (Up to 45% Off). Two Options Available.

La Cuisine

Naples

$20 $11

Peruvian dishes, such as seafood ceviche, are made with farm-to-table ingredients and paired with wines from several countries

$11 for $20 Worth of Japanese Cuisine for Dinner at Maguro Sushi & Steak House

Maguro Japanese Steak House

North Naples

$20 $11

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Cooks sizzle up fresh Japanese entrees on tableside hibachi grills as sushi chefs coil attractive sushi rolls in dazzlingly lit dining room

Cuban-Influenced Seafood, Sides, and Desserts at Capt. Marcos Seafood & More (43% Off). Two Options Available.

Capt. Marcos Seafood & More

East Naples

$20 $11.50

Families dine on piscatorial delights from whole, wild-caught fish, freshly netted crabs, and homemade sauces with a Cuban bent

Barbecue Dine-in or Takeout at Michelbob's Championship Ribs (50% Off)

Michelbob's Championship Ribs

Multiple Locations

$30 $15

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Award-winning barbecue served with classic sides made fresh daily

Homestyle Cuisine for Lunch or Breakfast at Joe's Diner (50% Off). Four Options Available.

Joe's Diner

Central Naples

$20 $10

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Pancakes, country-fried steaks, and burgers served in '50s-style diner with Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor

$10 for $20 Worth of Seafood and Drinks Sunday–Thursday at Gulf Coast Grouper & Chips

Gulf Coast Grouper & Chips

Naples

$20 $10

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Crab cakes, fried-grouper baskets, conch fritters, and catch-of-the-day fish tacos, followed by housemade key-lime pie

$10 for $20 Worth of Pub Food and Drinks at Jack’s River Bar

Jack's River Bar

Naples

$20 $10

Classic burgers and tropically inspired dishes served up in a casual bar environment

$8.99 for $16 Worth of Burgers and Drinks at Brooks Gourmet Burgers and Dogs

Brooks Gourmet Burgers and Dogs

Old Naples

$16 $8.99

Choice of 15 burgers hand-formed from all-natural black Angus beef and topped with veggies from a nearby farm

Select Local Merchants

Todd Brooks has worked nearly every angle of the restaurant industry, starting out as a dishwasher and eventually settling in as the vice president of a chain in Kansas City. But after several vacations to Naples with his wife, Sandra, who also has a background in food service, something about the city stayed with them. The couple decided that was where they needed to be?so they sold all of their belongings, moved to Florida, learned to speak Alligator, and began setting up shop in the space previously occupied by the Naples staple Lindburgers, which they bought and made their own. Todd was also a finalist for "Best Burger" in the "Best of the Gulfshore 2011".

It didn?t take long for Todd, who had grown accustomed to working with food from inside his own office, to reacquaint himself with manning a grill. Incorporating some favorites from the Lindburgers? menu, Todd and Sandra put together a list of more than 20 gourmet burgers and sandwiches. Each burger patty is hand-formed from all-natural black Angus beef, and topped with fresh veggies from the nearby Cooper Farms. Todd?s namesake burger, Todd?s Way, is a client favorite, boasting a fried egg, bacon, and cheese, and other adventurous options include the Cajun, a blackened patty with onion, jalape?os, and pepper jack cheese.

330 9th St
Naples,
FL
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Before moving to Naples in 1994, Lisa and Philippe Bo?t spent nine years in Paris, retreating to the French countryside on weekends for traditional, home-cooked meals with ingredients from the gardens and farms of family and friends. The duo re-creates that authentic experience at Chez Boet French Home Cooking, where a culinary staff headed by Lisa whips up French classics such as french onion soup, bouillabaisse, steak frites, and fondue made with imported French and Swiss cheeses. The Bo?ts' commitment to using locally sourced seafood and locally grown, organic, and seasonal ingredients has since earned Chez Boet the distinction of being the Naples' first certified green business.

Meals commence in the restaurant's 2,000-square-foot facility, which houses a main dining room, bar salon, and a covered outdoor terrace. Tones of raspberry, eggplant, and pomegranate grace the walls alongside wallpaper that depicts classic Piero Fornasetti portraits, which guests can admire and mimes can challenge to lifelong no-speaking contests.

755 12th Ave. S
Naples,
FL
US

Domino’s has been decorating dough canvases with flavorful sauces, an assortment of cheeses, and high-quality toppings that range from classic to unconventional since 1960. Domino’s dough is tossed daily and stretched by human hands, not by clumsy catapults and model airplanes flying in opposite directions. Treat friends to a tasteful feast by checking the online menu and crafting a custom masterpizza with Domino's wide range of ingredients. Famished diners too starved to choose their own toppings can select from Domino’s American Legends, featuring signature flavors from throughout the land. Pizzas such as the Pacific Veggie, Honolulu Hawaiian, or Wisconsin 6 Cheese impart all the delicious diversity of a road trip without the hassle of decoding an atlas. Nonpizza fare includes pastas, sandwiches, and breadsticks.

5494 Rattlesnake Hammock Rd
Naples,
FL
US

Tiki torches cast a flickering light across The Real Macaw's outdoor patio, where guests divide their attention between plates of Caribbean cuisine and picturesque views of the nearby waterfall. Named for the real macaw parrot whose occasional squawks add a colorful soundtrack to each meal, the restaurant has earned local renown for its fusion of Floridian ingredients and Caribbean flavors. This fusion is fully apparent in the macadamia-nut-encrusted goat-cheese salad, which culls its featured ingredient from the Turtle Creek dairy farm in Palm Beach county. Other exemplary dishes include Trinidadian-style crab cakes, wild salmon roasted over cedar wood, and salsas brimming with tropical fruits. On certain nights, the percussive sounds of alligators chomping on roasted duckling join with live music to drown out the parrot’s incessant requests to not allow alligators in the restaurant.

3275 Bayshore Dr
Naples,
FL
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Lined with more than 70 high-definition flat-screen televisions and two 110-inch projector screens, Boston Beer Garden immerses diners in 360 degrees of sports. Every seat is the best in the house, whether it’s a brown leather booth on the restaurant's perimeter, a high-top table in the center, or the bartender's lap. Behind the indoor and outdoor bars, the other barkeeps offer various microbrews and domestic drafts to complement the chefs' all-natural, home-style cooking—burgers stuffed with bacon and cheese, for instance, and short ribs braised in Sam Adams lager and Guinnes stout. To accompany nighttime happenings such as pub trivia and live music, the culinary team cooks until 2 a.m. from a late-night menu that includes deep-fried kosher pickles and sandwiches filled with ingredients such as scallions and harvati cheese.

2396 Immokalee Rd
Naples,
FL
US

At Jaegerhaus, just about everything is imported from Germany: the age-old family recipes, the curtains, and perhaps most importantly, the man who cooks the food. Chef Sebastian Heyer and his family moved to the United States in 2009 to fulfill their dream of opening a German restaurant.

The Heyers soon transformed a local Naples establishment into an old-time Southern German café, and established a business that has earned multiple Naples Daily News Readers' Choice awards in the categories of "Best German Food" and "Dishes Most Fun to Pronounce Incorrectly." Inside, dirndl-clad servers deliver authentic German eats, such as wiener schnitzel, or schweinehaxe—a skinless roasted-pork shank. Visitors can get cozy amid the intimate dining room's curio decor, or slide up next to the trellis-lined, exposed-brick bar while sipping on domestic and imported beers.

3652 Tamiami Trl N
Naples,
FL
US