Fifth Avenue is the thoroughfare that runs right through the heart of Old Naples. Since its development into a modern avenue in the early 1920s, 5th Avenue has only improved over the decades. Here, people have the opportunity to visit art galleries, relax at small cafes and shop inside boutiques, all in one place. From the gulf shores to the edge of the Tamiami Trail and 9th Street South, visitors will find top-notch restaurants like Cafe Lurcat, which serves some of the best French food in town or Bistro 821 for eclectic Eurasian fare. Some of the other retail attractions include apparel shops, ice cream, home furnishing, stationery, pet supplies, jewelry, gifts, etc., the list is quite impressive and no trip to Naples is complete without a stroll down the Ave.
Lux Boutique offers almost everything for women in this shop located at the Village on Venetian Bay shopping center. From stationery and gifts to clothing and accessories, Lux has shelves and racks of products. Some of the designers the shop carries include Katherine Way, PJ Salvage, Lolo, Naughty Betty and Stephanie Johnson to name a few.
If you are weary of going to the mall for shopping, Naples gives you another alternative for a much more fulfilling shopping and food experience. The Village on Venetian Bay is a shopping center where shoppers can browse through the myriad shops which are mostly local businesses selling quality products. The restaurants at the waterfront also offer the best of local cuisine, with some of the best seafood spots like MiraMare Ristorante, Fish, M Waterfront Grille and the Bayside Seafood Grill & Bar, you won't leave disappointed.
Located south of Naples on the Tamiami Trail, the massive, national Simon Property Group operates this outlet center. Some of the popular outlet stores include Coach, Ann Taylor and Rack Room Shoes as well as another 25 different name brand stores. Enjoy savings of 25% to 65% every day and don't forget to check social media pages as well to find other coupons and discounts.
Established in 1979, Tin City is a local shopping haven located inside what was a former clam processing factory and it serves as one of the most frequented shopping spots in Naples. Situated off Crayton Cove, most of the shops are local, where every trip ensures that you find something original and one-of-a-kind. For instance, at Caribongo, you can find fashion for the whole family, home accessories at World Treasures of Naples and the Art Boutique or collectibles at Tin City Mart. Overall, it's a great place to find a gift for someone or try one of the local restaurants away from the familiar.
Esplanade Shoppes is a coastal oasis of upscale retailers, specialty shops, and fine dining. Located on Smokehouse Bay, the shopping center has a coastal Italian-style atmosphere, providing a beautiful atmosphere while you head from boutique to boutique. Events and fundraisers are held here throughout the year.
When you have children, nothing can be more expensive than buying items in which they seem to outgrow every two weeks. That's where the folks at Twinkle Twinkle Little Store come in, from baby strollers and highchairs to swings, changing tables and cribs, this store provides everything you need without paying retail prices. The store also rents beach gear and the best thing about it all is that it buys back all of your items when your baby grows up!
Whether your looking for chic or beach, Marco Town Center Mall has shopping opportunities for everyone. Cobblestone paths line the way to a variety of boutiques and restaurants. You can find a great gift or update your wardrobe. The mall is also known for hosting events, including free music.
Want to check out the latest trends in fashion, while you shop for grocery, electronic goods, household items, health foods and cosmetics? Discover some of the best names in fashion as you hunt for fabulous clothing, sporting gear, lingerie, accessories, shoes and sunglasses among other things. Children will love to explore the toys section for hours on end while book lovers and fitness freaks will not be disappointed either.
If you're in need of food that's good for your body and spirit, stop by this family run café and market that encourages healthy eating at its best. Always fresh and organic whenever possible, Summer Day features soups, salads, sandwiches, smoothies, and juices made with seasonal ingredients. Favorite smoothies include the Almond Joy smoothie, made with chocolate soy milk, almond, butter, coconut and yogurt, and the Island Energizer, with strawberry, banana, apple, spirulina, and protein. Or try the Waldorf Chicken Salad or the Warm Veggie Wrap, both best-sellers. While you're there, browse through the market, featuring a wide range of natural foods. For food made with love from a staff who cares about what goes into your body, Summer Day is ready to shine its warm light on guests.