In the Neighborhood

Museums, Parks, Historical Landmarks

Vanderbilt Beach State Park = 1.5  Miles from restaurant
End of Vanderbilt Beach Road
Naples, FL  
(239) 252-4000 
Located at the end of Vanderbilt Beach Road, Vanderbilt Beach State Park borders the Gulf of Mexico near plenty of hotels, shopping and restaurants. It offers gorgeous white sand surroundings, sea boats, bicycle racks, rest rooms and showers.  There is ample car parking, with easy handicap accessibility to the beach.  Don't miss out on great shelling in the early morning and bird watching at all hours. Within the park, there is a tropical coastal hammock, where you can see subtropical vegetation and native wildlife. Additionally, there is a concession that offers beach equipment at this location.

Naples Art Museum = 2.8 Miles from restaurant
5833 Pelican Bay Blvd
Naples, FL 34108
(239) 597-1111
Naples Museum of Art is a visual arts center for people of all ages and backgrounds, to mirror the varied interests and wishes – and to nourish the soul – of its community.  It includes a three-story, 30,000-square-foot museum with 15 galleries, a glass dome conservatory, entrance gates by renowned metal artist Albert Paley, spectacular chandeliers and a Persian Ceiling by acclaimed glass artist Dale Chihuly, a resource room and the Museum Store.  The Naples Museum of Art is dedicated to displaying world-class paintings, sculpture, drawings and other art forms, while providing educational programs and lectures.

Shopping and Theaters

Strada at Mercato
Includes high-end national fashion retailers, restaurants, outdoor cafes, a movie theater and condominiums.

Philharmonic Center for the Arts = 2.8 Miles from restaurant
5833 Pelican Bay Blvd
Naples, FL 34108
(239) 597-1111
The Philharmonic Center is unique among arts centers in that it features both the performing and visual arts in a single complex and also hosts a resident orchestra. In addition to the 1,425-seat main hall and a 200-seat black box theater, the Phil has four museum-quality art galleries, which showcase traveling and exclusive exhibitions. Each season, the Phil is host to more than 400 individual events. Although the heaviest season is between October and April, the Center hosts events year-round, including summer children's presentations. The Center also provides programs for groups and schools.