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After Hurricane Ian: Restaurants in Naples That Are Open


There’s still much work to be done as Southwest Florida recovers from Hurricane Ian, but some restaurants in Naples, Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Estero, and Bonita Springs have reopened and are ready to do what they do best—deliver stellar dining experiences. One of the best ways to support your community and help hasten its recovery is to patronize local establishments. Let’s take a look at some reassuring video of the ongoing recovery in Naples, restaurants in Naples that are ready to wow you with their delectables, and the condition of the historic Naples Pier and Beach. Paradise Coast is in the midst of renewal, and sunshiny Naples awaits.

Third Street South

Just as Old Naples embodies the heart and history of Naples in every charming beach cottage, mansion, and coconut palm that populate its vicinity, Third Street South represents the very best in chic shops and fine dining that the area has to offer. Check out this video of Third Street South as it rebounds, as well as these two great restaurants that aim to please.


3rd Street, Naples, FL one week after Hurricane Ian


Sea Salt
1186 Third Street South
(239) 434-7258

Sea Salt strives to orchestrate a memorable dining experience with each visit through a daily-changing contemporary seafood menu of fresh catch from dayboat fishermen, as well as seasonal, organic, and sustainable ingredients directly from local farmers. As a result, patrons get to enjoy an exquisite “experience of your choice.”

1290 Third Street South
(239) 263-1955

If you’re looking for Italian fare that offers a fresh take on dishes from different parts of Italy, then Barbatella just might be your place because it promises just that. You can choose from a variety of brick-oven pizzas, unique artisan pastas (like short-rib ravioli with black truffle cream), New York strip steak, parmesan crusted salmon, and much more.

Naples Fifth Avenue South

Take a walk along Fifth Avenue South as it regroups, and let savory aromas from one of these establishments draw you inside.


5th Ave South, Naples, one week after Hurricane Ian


Vergina Restaurant
700 Fifth Avenue South
(239) 659-7008

If you’re looking for tasty Mediterranean cuisine with a zesty side of live entertainment, make sure you pay a visit to Vergina Restaurant. This establishment serves authentic Mediterranean that centers on Italian cuisine. You may choose to dine within the restaurant’s soaring coffered ceilings, or opt for an open-air experience.

Ocean Prime
699 5th Avenue South
(239) 430-0404

Ocean Prime sits adjacent to the Inn on Fifth and boasts a sophisticated menu including seafood and prime cuts of steak, signature cocktails, and an impressive wine list. If you’ve got a taste for filet mignon, New York strip, or a juicy ribeye, stop by.

Del Mar Naples
494 Fifth Avenue South
(239) 350-0134

If you’ve in the mood for a tour of the Mediterranean, make a stop at Del Mar. This establishment offers a blend of flavors from Greece, Morocco, France, Turkey, Southern Spain, and Italy, with original dishes that change seasonally.


After you’ve shopped and worked up an appetite, consider one of these restaurants to feed the need.


Mercato, Naples after Hurricane Ian


Bravo! Italian Kitchen
9110 Strada Place
(239) 514-0042

Bravo is a family-friendly spot that offers plenty of pizzas and authentic pastas to suit any palate (nine pasta dishes to be exact). Desserts include gelato, crème brulee, and tiramisu. Savor tasty Italian that’s sure to satisfy in the ambiance of upscale Romanesque décor.

The 239 Naples
9108 Strada Place, Suite 14110
(239) 631-1902

This family-owned restaurant, which offers a variety of menu items from cheeseburgers, to fish tacos, to Thai curry dishes, prides itself in cuisine made from ingredients that are locally sourced. The 239 Naples has partnerships with local farms, ranches, fisheries, hatcheries, dairies, bakeries, breweries, and wineries to offer patrons sustainable, organic ingredients. While supplies last, The 239 is providing free meals to those who are displaced or without power, first responders, and electric linemen.

Naples Midtown

Got a hankering for Asian cuisine? One of these purveyors of flavors might suit your fancy.

Namba Ramen & Sushi
8847 Tamiami Trail North
(239) 592-4992

Namba Ramen & Sushi features Izakaya dining—serving Japanese specialties and comfort foods, like beef, chicken, pork, and veggies, as small plates for sharing. The restaurant also offers its mainstay fare of Ramen, a wide selection of savory sushi rolls, as well as other appetizing, elegantly-plated Asian dishes.

Le Indya
975 Pine Ridge Road
(239) 591-5156

If you’ve got a taste for authentic Indian cuisine, you’ve come to the right place. Le Indya boasts traditional ingredients, flavors, and spices from India’s finest markets. The restaurant’s menu ranges from hand-picked seafood, to exotic meats, to vegetarian dishes. From the spicy to the mild, Le Indya creates flavors that are sure to please.

East Naples

Sometimes the perfect pizza and a few scoops of ice cream can hit the spot. Here are a couple of options:..

LowBrow Pizza & Beer
3148 Tamiami Trail East
(239) 529-6919

There’s nothing low brow about the flavors at this restaurant. LowBrow Pizza & Beer offers 11 varieties of pizza, and its brick oven yields flavorful pies with a crispy, chewy crust that’s got a good char. Despite its name, this establishment also offers tasty wines in addition to local craft beer. If you add $10 to your check, LowBrow will be able to provide a pizza and salad to a family in need.

Royal Scoop Homemade Ice Cream at Berkshire
7335 Radio Rd. Suite 104
(239) 231-4544

“Life’s short, eat dessert first!” says the motto for Royal Scoop. If you’ve got a taste for something sweet, cold, and creamy, make a beeline to this ice cream shop which flaunts 44 tantalizing flavors of homemade ice cream, milkshakes, malts, and sodas. Go satisfy your sweet tooth, and worry about cavities and your waistline later.


Naples Pier and Beach

Although battered, the Naples Pier continues to stand strong as the city’s iconic landmark, and wows visitors and residents alike with sweeping ocean views as it juts out adjacent to sugar-soft beach sands that embody the lifestyle and thriving spirit of Naples and Paradise Coast.


Naples, Florida, Pier and Beach after Hurricane Ian


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