Inside the Gulfshore's Dining Scene
Hot Dish Inside the Gulfshore’s dining scene. Cape Cod’s Finest Cuisine Comes to Naples Bert’s Seafood & Chowder House replaced Corks on Fifth and features a relaxed, casual, fun ambiance that feels like it’s been on Naples’ Fifth Avenue South for years. The long, welcoming teak bar is the spot for drinks as well as appetizers. Savor the luscious, tender fried whole belly clams ($10) or seared sea scallop sliders. Bert's Seafood & Chowder House. Bert’s Signature seafood bisque ($9) is overflowing with fresh crabmeat, scallops, shrimp and lobster. The rich red walls in the bar and dining room feature wonderful framed black-and-white photos of Naples from the turn of the century. The market-fresh seafood equals Cape Cod’s finest cuisine; it’ll keep you...
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Inside the Gulfshore’s dining scene. Detroit Delicatessen Comes to Naples The wait is over. Stage 62 Delicatessen & Restaurant opened its almost 200 seats on Friday, bringing Detroit-style Jewish deli delights to Naples’ Mercato. I asked manager Jerry Sattler which sandwiches are more popular at the Detroit location. He smiled and rattled off, “The Russian Reuben, regular Reuben, Dinty Moore (hot corned beef, lettuce, tomato, Russian dressing), hot corned beef, My Fair Lady (turkey, lettuce, tomato, mayo) and the West Side Story (hot corned beef or pastrami, coleslaw, Russian dressing, Stage rye) are a just a few, not to mention the soup and half sandwich, hot brisket sandwich and the hot turkey sandwich.” Stage 62 Deli's interior. Sandwiches range...
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