This Alley Restaurant Is One of Southwest Florida's Best-Kept Secrets
On the pool deck at the Ritz-Carlton in Naples, Florida, behind neat rows of chaise lounges where hotel guests can order $16 mojitos and frozen daiquiris, an inconspicuous gate blends into a beige concrete wall that separates the resort from an unremarkable back alley. Inside the hotel, restaurants are serving sushi and escargot and foie gras.
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#1 May 27, 2018
Sounds more like a private place to eat than a well kept secret. Well kept secrets don't get written about in magazines.
The food sounds delicious
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