Add these three Naples restaurants to your 2019 must-try list.
In 2018, Naples stepped up its restaurant scene with a handful of new restaurants you must try. Featuring award-winning chefs, whole food ingredients, and seasonal menus, these are dining experiences you won’t want to miss. Whether you’re looking for a luxury dinner to close out the year or you’re hoping to ring in 2019 with the most delicious food in Naples, check out these three new restaurants.
1. Timeless — An MHK Eatery
Executive chef of Timeless — An MHK Eatery
David Nelson once said, “Every dish should be an experience, not just food on a plate.” Although Naples has a strong restaurant scene, this outlook is what sets Timeless apart from the rest. Known for their Timeless Wagyu Sliders and Guinness and Espresso Braised Short Rib, dishes at Timeless never fail to impress. Here you’ll enjoy not only savory food but also an all-around exquisite dining experience.
Plus, the restaurant hosts special events such as New Year’s Eve dinners and weekly brunch. It also participates in local happenings like Sizzle Restaurant Week. Be sure to book a reservation or stop by a special event at Timeless.
2. True Food Kitchen
True Food Kitchen
is known not only for their delicious and nutritious eats, but also for their mission to bring people together around the table. In the True Food Kitchen menu, every ingredient matters. The chefs include simple and flavorful ingredients that change with the seasons. Pomegranate, butternut squash, brussel sprouts, ginger, mulberries, and sweet potato noodles are currently highlighted throughout the menu.
A new True Food Kitchen opened in Naples, so be sure to check out the unparalleled cuisine that will taste good and make you feel good, too. Be sure to pick a table outside if you’re hoping to enjoy the beautiful Naples weather.
3. French Brasserie Rustique
The French Brasserie Rustique
is Naples’ go-to restaurant for uniquely crafted country and coastal cuisine. Here, the chef’s passion is to always employ the freshest and highest quality ingredients in his menu. Therefore, dishes like saucisson sec, pastas, and desserts are handmade in-house. Additionally, seafood is fresh, meats are local, and specialty cheeses, nut breads, and dried fruits are imported from the finest artisans across the US and France.
The French is Naples’ first traditional French brasserie, and the cuisine and ambiance make it stand out. Inside, you’ll dine under custom tin ceilings, original murals, and antique mirrors. If you’d like to enjoy a slice of the space for yourself, you might consider booking a private event where you and your guests will experience the finest service accompanied by divine dishes.
As you can see, Naples is continuously improving their restaurant scene. Be sure to check out these new eateries when you’re in the area. And, if you’re hoping to make Naples your home base, reach out
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