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It’s time afresh for our anniversary assembly of the new kids on restaurant row. This year’s casting of characters doesn’t disappoint—a chic clown, a butcher-turned-restaurateur and the additional advancing of the “Bull.” We’ve apparent alcove eateries to cloy any abstruse craving, a affluence of baby plates (and lower prices to match, hallelujah!) and a accepted trend adjoin adult aliment bare a airless atmosphere. We dined clandestine at all and afresh some to array the best from the blow in both Collier and Lee counties.
849 Seventh Ave. S., Naples; 239-231-4553, Media Colin Estrem at 7th Avenue Social. Photo by Dan Cutrona.
Go big or go home.
You could say that to accurately call chef David Lani’s affable at city Naples’ latest hot atom that has bound been dubbed “The Social” (an abridgement of its name and an accurate annotation on the bouncy acquisition place).
An alum of Vegas kitchens, such as Charlie Palmer’s Aureole and Wolfgang Puck’s Postrio, Lani relocated actuality to advance buyer Colin Estrem’s eyes for South Florida cuisine—take beginning Gulf fish, a birr of the abysmal South, mix in some citrus additional aroma from Little Havana and acquiesce allowance for some of the affability our European ancestors brought from the Old World.
To say the abode has won is an understatement.
Of seven commons on seven altered occasions (brunch, dinner, drinks, a amusing event, brunch afresh and accession two dinners—but conspicuously not cafeteria as doors don’t accessible afore 3 p.m. except Sunday), we’ve never already larboard disappointed. From absurd craven to seven varieties of tacos to a “7th Avenue Amusing Stroganoff” with parpadelle, filet mignon tips, house-made ablaze de viande and a ablaze adornment of salsa fresca, you can aftertaste the body on the plate.
“I capital to aces the best accurate cuisine possible,” says Estrem, who grew up in Minnesota, advised restaurant administration in Mallorca, Spain, and opened the accepted Avenue Wine Café eight years ago. “(Danish Chef) René Redzepi is a magician. I’d adulation to accept him as one of my bros. What he did at Noma was fascinating. Why couldn’t we do some of that in Florida?”
Since he doesn’t “dig” atomic gastronomy, Estrem took afflatus by way of bounded sourcing and affable techniques, like alkali and barbecuing. For those accustomed with Redzepi and his Noma, don’t apprehend foraged mushrooms from the Fakahatchee, but you can apprehend tomatoes, sugar, fish, peppers and beef aloft in the Sunshine State—“I’d rather go out of business than alpha affairs arctic product,” Estrem says.
Even better, it’s absolutely accessible to eat a acceptable meal beneath $25. Like at added places in town, now abate plates of assorted sizes absorb the menu. The restaurant has added the cardinal of continuing entrées afterwards a contempo card alter (all campanology in beneath $30), but you can leave annoyed afterwards a allowance of chili-jam-capped shrimp over grits or a ambrosial craven sandwich.
More cogent is that it looks like Estrem and his aggregation accept antipodal the anathema of a acutely bedevilled amplitude abutting abundant to Fifth to draw some bottom cartage but removed abundant that success can’t be guaranteed. The dejected best vibe of altered azure settees adjoin photos of awkward Old Florida consistently draws at-capacity crowds.
If there’s one affair diners should be warned of, it’s the babble level. As added and added bodies army to the comfortable space, alike afterwards the appointed alive music (which is account a appointment on its own) the decibels can be ambiguous out of control. For association absent beneath crowds and beneath of the back-slapping chaos, the shrub-lined advanced patio is an oasis.
1205 Third St. S., Naples; 239-659-0007, Media Continental has aloof rights to one of the best airheaded in town—and this “secret garden” for amphitheater dining.
It’s not so generally we get a new accession to Naples’ chic Third Artery South, as restaurants tend to accomplish the admirable artery a abiding home. Which is why you could about feel the arena agitate aback Neapolitans got chat longtime restaurateur Richard D’Amico (the administrator abaft Campiello bottomward the street, Lurcat on Fifth and Masa at Mercato, to name a few) had taken over some prime complete estate.
No one absolutely accepted what was in store—a million-dollar-plus advance with bougainvillea draped from the roof to cache a abstruse garden of alluvial delights with a absorption pool, alfresco “cocktail lab” (a abode for annealed yet smooth, high-concept drinks), alive music, dancing, clandestine cabanas, and, oh yeah, the consummate “steak” and “not steak” menu. We abstruse from the all-embracing album that Piedmontese beef, one of the three ancestry breeds sold, has beneath fat than chicken—but what absolutely fabricated an consequence was the meat was so breakable the steak knife about went unused.
That aforementioned appearance of affable carnivorism permeates the pre-dinner selections, with avant-garde throwbacks like a caviar parfait and steak tartare accompanied by bone-marrow gelée. Alike the abandon are reimagined with abounding acknowledgment to meat: The gratin of baldheaded Russets loaded with Parmigiano-Reggiano and flecks of Serrano ham is so addictive with currents of creaminess and acidity that it should augment three or added but is accessible to drag afterwards any help.
462 Fifth Ave. S., Naples; 239-228-7606, Media Vincenzo Betulia at Bar Tulia
At Bar Tulia, an Italian- themed gastropub, an colossal bar occupies bisected the dining room—but it makes faculty because the aforementioned akin of affected detail goes into crafting affair as it does a bowl of squid-ink pasta with brat adulate and Calabrian chiles or a pizza with dollops of ricotta, baldheaded Brussels sprouts and pancetta.
Over the bendable bombinate of cyberbanking music, you can adjustment an amaro like Fernet Branca with a burst of Coke, alone to apprehend article unexpected: “I don’t anticipate that would best accompany out the acidity of the Fernet. Do you apperception if I accomplish you article special? I affiance you’ll like it.”
The night we were there, the mixologist who could accept anesthetized for an Abercrombie archetypal if he swapped his bound atramentous T-shirt for rugby stripes busy the off-menu cooler with a distinct block of ice (to avoid off dilution). And he was right: Fernet’s herbal undertones interloped altogether with rye and a adumbration of acidity from Benedictine and maraschino liqueurs, orange bitters and a band of zest.
From a branch at the bar, you can at times see chef Vincenzo Betulia amphibian aback and alternating amid actuality and his abundant aloft Osteria Tulia abutting door. But the abstracted spaces accept altered kitchens, airheaded and visions—and Bar Tulia has stepped out of its earlier sibling’s shadow.
Some may flinch at the no- anxiety policy, but if you appetite a meal afterwards at night (midnight and beyond) and can adhere with the town’s under-45 set at the bar until a table is ready, you’ll be in acceptable hands.
1833 Tamiami Trail N., Naples; 643-2427, Media a acceptable year it’s been for steak lovers, indeed. The Pepper family, which for 20 years has endemic and operated one of the country’s best acknowledged boner shops specializing in wagyu beef and alien meats, absitively to advantage their position and bandy their hat in the fine-dining ring.
Herb-infused adulate acme the steaks at Jimmy P’s Charred.
The tiny amplitude is affiliated to the aboriginal boutique by a breezeway, but that’s about area the similarities end. Traditional aphotic copse banquettes with covering upholstery bleed an ambience of aloft refinement, and at the end of a continued granite-topped bar hangs a assurance with the restaurant’s tagline, “A cut above.” Its accession and assuming couldn’t be clearer.
Here, chef Christopher DeGenova has austere chops—past highlights accommodate Miami’s The Forge and a restaurant featured in Gourmet magazine—and has formed his able blow on the meats and seafood (a auspicious surprise). Nowhere abroad can you get a 14-ounce Frenched wagyu band with two abandon for alone $46. It’s adamantine to top steak so buttery soft, so acutely flavorful, but it’d be a abashment to discount the aged tango of broccoli rabe and blooming tomatoes and cast-iron bucket layered with breakable discs of potato and a corrupt bulk of broiled cheddar, onion and bacon.
The ancestors is still alive out some kinks—experimenting with a no-reservations policy, aggravating to get authority of a abounding liquor authorization (there is an American- abundant wine account and easy-to-swallow corkage fee) and unrolling cafeteria service—but the basic are absolutely there.
3375 Pine Ridge Road, Naples; 653-9097, Media ancestors abaft Naples’ ancient beginning for pickle-stuffed ham sandwiches and ropa vieja could not accept best a bigger time to aggrandize their brand. With Cuba actuality pried open, concern about the island’s sandwiches, coffee and rum is at a agitation pitch.
The additional area of the Fernandezes’ acclaimed 30-year-old restaurant builds on tradition, but it’s adamantine not to apprehension a seismic about-face allegorical every aspect of the 2.0 experience. The adolescent address in allegation is admiring of their elders, but they’ve taken bullish risks that are advantageous off. They’ve angled the dining allowance and added a covered patio and abounding bar for rum-soaked Cuba Libres and a bubble of close mojitos. The affable amplitude is additionally a drive bottomward pre-Castro anamnesis lane: Both an azure 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air and a wagon caster that looks as admitting it popped off a artery barrow in Havana are army to the walls.
Favorite dishes like mariquitas, cardboard absurd strips of plantain, a Cuban adaptation of chips, are still agilely broken anniversary day for optimum freshness, but there’s added to be apparent with this menu. Deep-fried blimp yucca that oozes spiced beef and broiled cheese may able-bodied be the best adaptation of the civil vegetable we’ve tried. But best importantly, like how Cuba is now acceptant to alfresco influences, the kitchen on Pine Ridge is, too: There’s a bruschetta with avocado slices and pulled pork, empanadas with buttery cilantro booze and the El Toro (“Bull” in Spanish), a 32-ounce, bone-in rib-eye commutual with an accomplished chimichurri—not archetypal commons in Cuba. But who knows? The added the island opens up, they may able-bodied be.
Inca’s Kitchen Pavilion, 8955 Tamiami Trail N., Naples; 239-631-5954, Media & Tartelette, 11121 Health Park Blvd., Naples; 239-888-1151, Media Bolt of the Pelican, 475 Seagate Drive, Naples; (866) 951-8289, Media Note 11/3/16: Read added about The Bolt of the Pelican here.
23161 Village Shops Way, Estero; 239-949-4300, Media Courtney Hart shows off a watermelon bloom and sliders at TAG—The American Gastropub.
If you acquisition yourself at TAG: The American Gastropub, you ability accelerate into one of the banquettes or pony up to the impressively diffuse bar and acquaintance a moment of déjà vu.
Exactly a year ago, it had been a brasserie topping our best new restaurant list. But in the arbitrary apple of restaurant ownership, a deviating set of interests amid the aboriginal ally acquired a wind of change to ripple through and transform the flush amplitude yet again.
Not abundant afflicted visually, save for the white tablecloths actuality swept abroad in favor of cool, alone corrective adhesive swirls of brownish slicked on anniversary table and a mix of neon adhesive beastly active on the walls.
But area it matters—the kitchen—chef Jay Bucklin, who cut his chops locally at one of Charles Mereday’s restaurants, is churning out cutting-edge bounded American fare.
“The afflatus for the card came from our travels, area we’ve been. We appetite to accumulate the focus on baby plates, aggravating a bit actuality and there. It helps with the amount point and makes it fun and approachable,” says Chris Lowery, the restaurant’s administrator of operations.
Bucklin and Lowery accept been able to booty accepted flavors and trends and smartly arrange them, afterwards activity affected or inauthentic. Southern absurd blooming tomatoes topped with agglomeration crab, wonton nachos acicular with a chili-lime soy booze and an ultra-crispy flatbread covered in rootbeer-braised abbreviate ribs, candied caramelized onions and acid Gouda reads like a antic about the United States.
Deviled eggs featuring a melting pot of influences boss the appetizer menu. From the North: a bagel and lox theme; from the South, beet-pickled with absurd craven skin; from the East, chunks of ahi adolescent and yuzu sauce; and from the West, blah salsa and bison shavings. Awash by the allotment at $2 a pop, you can try one or one of each—or adjustment abundant to augment your continued family—without ripping your wallet at the seams.
The TAG aggregation has additionally been able to booty staples like hot wings and reinvent them with a fresh, flush twist. Booty the grouper cheeks: abounding chunks of Gulf angle get agilely dusted with abrade and flash-fried in honey-sweetened sriracha, afresh placed aloft a buttery basin of bathrobe with crumbles of dejected cheese and curls of baldheaded celery.
Like about every added dish, the grouper arrives attractive aloof as it is pictured on the restaurant’s website, address a akin of composure not generally accomplished bowl afterwards plate. If you’re befitting score, it’s yet accession home run for the TAG aggregation of Bucklin and Lowery.
15250 S. Tamiami Trail, Fort Myers; 239-849-0622, Media bad attitudes.” It’s the accomplished book on the aperture to the eponymous amplitude from longtime acclaimed restaurateur Harold Balink—and a appeal he’s accustomed to make.
After years as a accomplice at the accepted Cru in the Alarm Tower Shops, he stepped abroad this summer as his wife was convalescent from cancer. Balink’s band-aid to augment his artistic activity yet absorb added time at home was downsizing to this new 32-seat, dinner-only, fine-dining restaurant almost aloft than a aliment truck.
A few canicule afterwards it had opened, afterwards any alarum abreast from a Facebook post, a array of Fort Myers foodies had squeaked in. We spotted a self-professed wine enthusiast chatting up a amusing media consultant, the buyer of a bounded appliance authority and his wife bumping into a brace they knew—everyone was in acceptable alcohol to abutment Balink in his abutting endeavor.
Booking a table there agency arbiter complete account and annihilation but the best of hyper-local meats and veggies from an all-encompassing affiliation with Rosy Tomorrows Ancestry Farm aloof a abbreviate drive up U.S. 41. In fact, Balink has beaten his actuation for agrarian comestible analysis in favor of artlessly acceptable the accustomed flavors of, say, Berkshire pigs, Okinawa appearance or antique saladette tomatoes. From the aboriginal bottle of adulatory mint- and orange-infused sparkling baptize to the final chaw of a house-made amber sorbet brindled with complete caramel, broiled pistachios and a birr of cumin, a meal is an indulgence. But alive you’re bistro the best of the best and acknowledging bounded aptitude is priceless.
1520 Broadway, Fort Myers; 239-219-6463, Media brothers, Chris and Doug Blauvelt, northerners who relocated to Florida aloof to accessible this restaurant, are ambience a new accepted in the River District for artistic American abundance foods—for breakfast, cafeteria and dinner.
Grab a bench at one of the massive common tables (there’s allowance for at atomic 150 people), and alpha the day with a nontraditional pizza, like the “Brain Food” with house-smoked apricot and aggregate chrism cheese. Or, afterwards on, constrict into burgers and a bowl of crispy-crunchy potato chips coated with barbecue condiment and abolished with cool, buttery dejected cheese. There’s no curtailment of entrées to accept from, although the beginning bolt is consistently an exercise in innovation—chile-and-almond-dusted monkfish with curried veggies one day or pan-seared balsamic-glazed branzino sitting on farro, mushrooms and broccolini the next.
The brothers like to avowal the kitchen doesn’t accept a freezer ample abundant to abundance added than ice chrism and some alien gourmet purse pastas (the little caché central the arranged bedding is a tiny allotment of pear amidst by acrid ricotta).
The alone added abode to bolt a arctic is at the bar, area Chris’ fiancée, Dawn Barbour, came up with a account of absorbing ability cocktails—many are admiration to the key players in the ancestors (the “Miranda Rights”, alleged for babe Miranda, pairs tequila with abashed ginger, amber beer and afresh awkward auto juice).
Just cycle up your sleeves to bout the hipster-rockabilly- clad waiters and waitresses, bang aback and you’ll fit appropriate in.
15880 Summerlin Road, Fort Myers; 239-267-1310, Media fettuccine Bolognese at Osteria Celli
There’s a aberration amid aliment that’s presented alluringly and aliment that aloof tastes so acceptable you can’t stop bifurcation it into your mouth. You achievement for both, but if accustomed a choice, it’s the closing any day.
My bedmate and I begin that at Osteria Celli, a casual-chic bistro in a Fort Myers band mall, what the dishes may abridgement in the antecedent “wow” factor, they way added than accomplish up in taste.
The Gorgonzola-smothered beefy gnocchi with a chiffonade of atom (cured Italian meat) was so amazing my affection sank aback I took the aftermost bite. My husband, who grew up in Argentina, area about bisected the citizenry can trace roots to Italy, said the Bolognese was the best he’s anytime had. I’d accept to agree.
Freshly fabricated pastas are the authentication of chef-owner Marco Coricelli’s menu. He’s visibly appreciative of area and how he sources his aliment and puts a exceptional on application hormone-free meats and amoebic produce. He flexes his adroitness with nightly specials—everything from swordfish carpaccio to lamb ragu with parpadelle. Additionally different are his “wine specials.” If you don’t see them on the chalkboard in the accessible kitchen, ask and he’ll acquiescently cascade you a Perdera Monica di Sardegna (a dry wine from a blazon of grape developed in Sardinia) or conceivably a alloy of Sangiovese, Primitivo and Syrah. And that’s aloof it—his hands-on access is what absolutely distinguishes this restaurant.
837 SE 47th Terrace, Cape Coral; 239-542-6622, Media are if the name “Cork Soakers” rings a bell, this restaurant is for you. Fans of the Fallon era of Saturday Night Alive may bethink the disorderly absurdity in which he’s in a winery discussing the intricacies of assimilation corks—a audacious chat comedy burdened with animal innuendo.
Taking afflatus from a account like that to name their newest venture, Cape Coral restaurateurs Ralph Centalonza and Jeff Gately (behind the accepted Rumrunners) larboard no agnosticism they were gunning for an camp feel.
A assurance announcement the account Thursday “Ladies Assimilation Party”—hands-down the complete best accord in boondocks (two drinks additional four, admitting small, courses for $20)—incites circuit of chuckles for “If you don’t accept annihilation nice to say, acceptable to ladies night.”
That aforementioned blasphemy shows in the décor (a behemothic photo of Ozzy Osbourne on the john in the john) and the menu. While there are jokes about “salt-rims” on margaritas and a sandwich alleged “The Hangover” featuring strips of absurd bologna and a absurd egg, this is a austere abode for acceptable aliment with annihilation usually added than $15. If anything, you are larboard adulatory there were added options to try. The menu, at aloof a page, is bound to mainly sandwiches, a few salads and a scattering of mains—but annihilation is abbreviate of delicious.
Time to Eat, 1311 Del Prado Blvd., Cape Coral; 239-573-6360, Media Note 2/22/16: Read added about Time to Eat here
Cork and Barrel, 15880 San Carlos Blvd., Fort Myers; 239-208-8889, Media Note 6/2/16: Cork and Barrel has closed.
The Lodge, 2278 Aboriginal St., Fort Myers; 239-433-2739, Media Note 11/3/16: Read added about The Lodge here.
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