A friend suggested I eat at Naples Coastal Kitchen while on my way to the airport to fly home. I ordered the grouper sandwich and although I thought it was a little expensive at $20 when it came out I knew why.
I am a local in an area of tourist, so I’m accustomed to seasonal service delays but this was ridiculous. My friend and I try different restaurants regularly and this has been on the list for a year.
After several minutes a non waiter person dropped menus. We were well-dressed, we were highly visible, and we were polite to the one person we talked to.
We will use the feedback to make us better and to ensure this doesn’t happen again. We would love to make things right if you would give us another opportunity.
Had family here for their spring break the last 2 weeks of March. My husband & I had really enjoyed eating here & wanted to bring our family.
The fish is flown in daily so it’s fresh in the truest sense. Our server was Noelle & she was so well versed in the specials offered that evening as she had tasted each specialty dish which I, personally, think is one of the best methods a restaurant can use to help their customers choose what’s right for them for that evening’s meal.
! I would highly recommend Naples Coastal Kitchen if you are interested in being served truly fresh fish. The specials change every night so there will be surprises to be had at each visit.
Think that’s a pretty great recommendation & they were just as impressed as the 1st time. Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.
Our friends who live in Naples made reservations for our table here as they had previously dined here and enjoyed it. We arrived for our reservation a few minutes early but were greeted politely and seated quite promptly.
The staff quickly offered us drinks and provide a nice selection of bread. The waitress was very knowledgeable on the menu and answered numerous questions we had about various items.
We shared a Coconut Shrimp Starter, and we each had various salads. They offered a great preparation of the Classic dish.
Our party of 4 went to the Seaside Restaurant this past Valentine day (February 14, 2018). For a high-end restaurant, charging top price, the upstairs restaurant environment was very loud and chaotic.
In addition, our server, Kelly, was not very good, in fact she seemed tired and bored with it all. After delivering our meals, the server never came back to check on us or asked if we needed anything else (drinks, water).
Made reservations, was taking to a table outside next to the very loud bar(never asked for outside) To avoid confrontation ate my (dry tasteless) dinner, my server was so bad he didn't even clean my appetizer plates. On my way out told the manager Jennifer how unhappy I was only to have her shrug and roll her eyes at me.
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Description: River Walk at Tin City serves seafood dishes for lunch and dinner to the Naples, FL area. We were seated by the water which is a beautiful view.
The food was good but everything we got had more spice than we prefer. I don't like to leave a restaurant with my mouth burning.
Ask AdventureUnlimited01 about River Walk at Tin City If you like to eat sitting by the water watching boats go by then this is the place for you.
Ask Mike B about River Walk at Tin City Stopped hear to grab some quick food before our sunset cruise on the river to the gulf.
There are few things as Floridian as Key lime pie, but the search for the perfect grouper sandwich may be one of them. There’s nothing better than a day at the beach followed by a perfectly fried or blackened slice of heaven on a bun.
While we continue to feature destinations that make our state wonderful, please take proper precautions or add them to your bucket list to see at a later date. We're focusing on these ridiculous grouper sandwiches, but you can't go wrong with anything on the menu here.
To learn more, visit the website for Fish Shack in Lighthouse Point. To each own when it comes to the whole fried/blackened/grilled dilemma, but we do have to say the blackened grouper sandwiches at Big Ray's are legendary.
If it weren't for these sandwiches, homemade onion rings could easily be the star of the show. For more information, visit the website for Big Ray's Fish Camp in Tampa.
Check out Big Water Fish Market's website to learn more. Obviously, the fish and chips is the most popular choice, but you can't go wrong adding a bun.
To learn more, visit the website for Gulf Coast Grouper & Chips in Naples, Florida. It's a large part of why this tiny restaurant has made a big splash for 35 years.
Fried grouper might be the classic choice, but do yourself a favor and try the Cajun grilled version, too. It can be a challenge to dine out when you have kids, but Peg Leg's is super family friendly, with lots to see and do while you wait.
To learn more, visit the website for Peg Leg Pete's in Pensacola Beach. The fresh, flaky grouper here is only matched by the view of Sarasota Bay.
Check out the website for Dry Dock Waterfront Grill to learn more. If you're in the area, and you're searching for a laid-back spot with an incredible view and the bestgroupersandwich in town, this is the place to go.
The place may be small and unassuming compared to other nearby options, but don't pass it by, because this is the best grouper around. For more information, visit the Facebook page for The Boardwalk Grill in Madeira Beach.
If you need more dining inspiration, check out our list of the best sandwiches in Florida. For an amazing lunch, head over to Masada’s Original Hoagies in Broward.
A dozen or so picnic tables on the dock outside the fresh seafood market afford guests the best catches and views. Cell's expert tip : Stone crab, a local delicacy, comes directly from fishermen's traps to City Seafood Oct. 15 through May 15.
If you're looking for air-conditioning on a hot summer day, head upstairs to order your breakfast, lunch or dinner and watch the game. Chicken bars are a signature form of the Naples area party scene, and at Shook Inn, the open-air thatched-roof structure also draws a lunch crowd looking for eye candy with their meal.
The chicken at Shook Inn overlooks the Intracoastal Waterway and hosts live island music daily. You can also dine indoors, a popular summer option, with a view of local boat traffic on the Marco River.
That's where the restaurant's salad bar resides, a throwback to old-school lunching with a huge pickle barrel anchoring one end. Overlooking the marina along the Esplanade shopping and entertainment center complex on Marco Island, Mango's provides a pleasant alfresco and indoor venue for breakfast, lunch, cocktails and dinner.
Cell's expert tip : For late breakfasts, the lunch menu includes a large selection of eggs and “Griddle Delights.” Recommended for Waterfront Dining because : It overlooks the harbor at Naples City Dock with plenty of salty flavors.
A leisurely al fresco meal beneath an authentic Seminole-weaved vaulted chicken roof at a place named Coconut Jack's: Does it get any more Florida than that? In fact, it does, with fruity drinks, servers' shirts that scream “tropical” and a menu devoted to seafood, from “Old Florida” style baskets to some ambitious creativity.
Good entrée picks: Mali tacos, pulled pork sandwich, baby back ribs, honey lime glazed salmon, stuffed grouper and filet Mignon. Inside, its vaulted ceiling gives it a sense of grandeur as sculptures depict fish and suggest waves.
The lunch and dinner menus don't try to overachieve but offer well-executed favorites such as lobster quesadilla, crab burger, IPA-braised short ribs, and orange and ginger glazed salmon. Cilantro, lime, purple slaw, pic ode Gallo and chipotle aioli complement the fresh fish of the day.
Located at downtown Naples funky “Tin City” shopping center, River walk gives diners a casual waterfront experience along the Gordon River. Sample traditional fish house fare such as fried oysters or grouper and chips; or be a little more daring with River walk Jambalaya, seafood baked in parchment or Caribbean inspired Down Island BBQ Shrimp.
Cell's expert tip : You can design your own dish by mixing and matching several sorts of seafood, sauces and sides. Staggered floor levels give every guest an eyeful of water and passing boats, whether they sit al fresco, in the main dining room or around the congenial bar.
Brunch, lunch and dinner menus feature organic produce, artisan pasta, local and imported seafood and the finest of meats. For the best of surf and turf, order the sautéed veal and shrimp with herded Marsala wine sauce and spinach and mushroom risotto.
Recommended for Waterfront Dining because : Staggered floor levels give every guest an eyeful of water and passing boats. Cell's expert tip : Ask about live jazz entertainment at Sunday brunch, on Wednesday evenings and, during the season, Friday nights.
Most tables in the main dining room, decorated coastal with wooden boats hanging from the ceiling, and patio offer views of the surrounding waterway, ensuring patrons a scenic setting on top of a sensational meal. Live entertainment plays in the bar Wednesday through Saturday evenings seasonally, and private banquet rooms are available.
Recommended for Waterfront Dining because : From inside and the outdoor patio, views of the wild Cocohatchee Bay include birds and other wildlife. Cell's expert tip : For a casual setting, make your reservations for the riverside patio (in cool-season) or the Claw Bar Tavern.