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Porcini-dusted Florida snapper at The Chapel Grill

Set in an historic church, The Chapel Grill sets a new standard for downtown dining, with its beautiful open-air tropical setting and stylishly warm interior décor. Oh, and then there’s the food. Executive Chef Jorge Nolasco’s porcini-dusted Florida snapper delectably pairs pan-seared locally caught fish with the rich, yet subtle flavor of a sweet corn saffron risotto and the earthy tones of sherry-braised leeks and carrots. This delicious entrée divinely elevates comfort food and your taste buds to a higher level. 811 Seventh Ave. S., Naples, 206-4310, thechapelgrill.com

—Ivan Seligman

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Chocolate-Cinnamon Cappuccini at Crü Restaurant

Resident mixologist Bob Boye whipped up this tasty treat to help warm the cold (err, cool) January days. Made with Fireball cinnamon whiskey, espresso and milk, with shaved chocolate and a cinnamon caramel swirl, this drink is not to be missed. And if you stop by this month and say you saw it in Gulfshore Life, it’s only $6.

Jonathan Foerster


 

 

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