Fresh fish restaurant on Marco Island featuring ingredients sourced from local fishermen and farmers.” Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 5:30pm-9pm – Reservations: 239-970-6064 Location: 317 N Collier Blvd, Marco Island, FL 34145
Verdi’s American Bistro has been serving home cooked meals and providing superior customer service on Marco Island since 1998. Some of our signature specialties are New Zealand Rack of Lamb, Pork Prime Rib, Chilean Sea Bass and the best Crispy Duck you’ll ever taste. Our menu offers a selection of great local seafood, such as grouper and snapper, as well as pasta dishes and steak choices, including filet mignon, prime rib and meatloaf. Let it be said, “You have not had meatloaf until you have tried ours!”
The Oyster Society, Seafood and Raw Bar, is located in the heart of Marco Island. We take pride in our hand selected local seafood, shellfish, and daily raw bar specials. Our first class wine list and freshly crafted cocktails are perfect compliments to our seasonal seafood dishes. The Oyster Society transports you back in time with 1920’s inspired hued rooms, art deco interiors as you soak in the nautical touches while listening to sexy sounds of the jazz age. Our restaurants are famous for establishing the greatest dining experience by delivering a warm personalized service to our guests and food prepared with passion, attention to details and love.
Davide Italian Cafe & Deli Island Plaza (NW Corner Bald Eagle & Collier) 688 Bald Eagle Dr. Marco Island, FL 34145 Open 7 Days a Week Inside and Outside Seating – Lunch Monday – Friday: 11:30 – 2:30pm Dinner Monday – Sunday: 4:30 – 9:30 pm
This popular Marco Island eatery serving classic American seafood dishes and cocktails amid water views. They serve the Italian classics in a warm dining room and big courtyard. They also serve pizza until late night from the bar.
Located in the heart of Marco Island, Fl across from the Hilton Hotel, Marco Prime Steaks & Seafood is a welcome and newly addition to the city dining scene offering a fine dining interpretation of the classic American steakhouse with hints of French, Italian & Asian influence throughout the menu. The Carvelli family has brought again their many years of experience to Marco, creating a contemporary restaurant with all the warmth and attention to detail you can highly expect.
Tucked away in the northern most point of Old Marco is Cafe de Marco, the island’s favorite restaurant for the most diverse selection of fresh seafood available. Our building enjoys a rich piece of Marco history. The Cafe’s building was the original quarters for the chamber maids employed by the historic Old Marco Inn just a few yards away. Many years ago the Inn functioned as a “bed & breakfast”, and the maids would simply walk to work from our building. This explains the answer to a frequently asked question…”Was this an old house at one time?” Today, step inside to what has been transformed into an islander’s tradition for 33 years. We have proudly served a generation of visitors from all over.
Overlooking the picturesque Gulf of Mexico, Sale e Pepe offers authentic gourmet Italian cuisine in a beautiful beachfront setting. For everyday dining or special occasions, you’ll love our relaxed, yet sophisticated atmosphere as you dine alfresco on The Terrace at sunset or in our intimate Dining Room with its marble floors and hand-painted frescoes.
Discover a luxury dining experience that delights the senses, even before the meal arrives. Our chefs are focused on the unique techniques of dry aging meats, utilization of local seafood selections; and featured salts and spices from around the world.
For 40 years The Blue Heron has been serving the highest quality food using only the freshest and finest ingredients available and delivered daily. The intimate setting overlooking Johnson Bay provides an unforgettable sunset and makes it apparent why The Blue Heron is frequently voted “most romantic.” Serving a wide variety of individually prepared dishes, including fresh seafood, rack of lamb, duck, veal and more. The Lobster Thermador reigns as the signature dish. For fine dining on the waterfront, The Blue Heron continues to be the place since 1975.
One in a team of steakhouses owned by football legend Don Shula, this popular steakhouse at the Hilton Naples scores a touchdown with every sizzling steak that comes out of the kitchen. The award winning Shula Cut beef is the trademark of the center cut Angus beef served at the restaurant. Cuts include filet mignon in three sizes, New York and Kansas City strip and cowboy (bone in) rib eye. Lobster is also in high demand, and patrons can select their own from a tableside cart. The menu offers other seafood and, at lunch, sandwiches and salads. The steaks are substantial, but try to make room for classic sides such as crab mac and cheese or truffle fries.
On entering the Capital Grille you encounter a refined and gracious space with Frank Lloyd Wright inspired decor. This is followed with top-notch service and spectacular steaks. These are the trademarks of The Capital Grille making it a perpetual Naples favorite. Beef is dry-aged on the premises, so its quality is well-controlled. And while the Kona-crusted sirloin and Delmonico are sublimely done, the Steak au Poivre with Courvoisier Cream is a true show-stealer. Other choices include broiled lobster, grilled swordfish, and seared salmon with mustard sauce. As with many high-end steakhouses, entrees are served a la carte. The wine list ups the ante with more than 350 choices from Europe, South America and the US.
This laid-back Olde Naples destination has, as you would expect, a definite tropical theme. A prototype for the chain, it was the first Tommy Bahama restaurant to open. The Caribbean decor is bright, marked by tropical plants and artwork. Outdoor seating is especially popular, particularly when there is live music. Tommy Bahama’s serves a hybrid of slightly spicy American and island cuisine, including Cuban sandwich and fish tacos. Many patrons fall in love with the restaurant and end up spending a good part of their day sipping the Tommy’s Bungalow Brew. Located beside the restaurant are men’s and women’s retail shops that sell tropical apparel bearing Tommy Bahama’s name.
Part of a small, Texas-based chain of restaurants, it is anything but cookie-cutter. The dining room seems oversized at first, but its popularity fills the warm, welcoming space at the back of Inn on Fifth. Patrons come for their fix of various varieties of crab, lobster, New Orleans BBQ shrimp, miso-glazed sea bass, Scottish salmon bearnaise, cioppino and Idaho trout amandine, plus fine steaks and chops. The restaurant professes a commitment to sustainable seafood. The “Chilean sea bass,” for example, comes from South Georgia. Every afternoon from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m., Truluck’s Stone Crab Lounge runs its Cocktail Hour specials, which include half-priced drinks and a specially priced appetizer menu.
Who would believe that a restaurant can pull off submarine decor and do it tastefully? But that’s not all that’s tasteful about this small restaurant that has a faithful following. USS Nemo’s seafood tastes fresh, and there’s a freshness to the way it is prepared. The diver scallops come with leek fondue and goat cheese polenta, for instance. Grouper, shrimp and calamari populate the Commodore’s Mixed Grill, treated to an orange and tomato puree. Regulars rave about the signature miso sea bass. And the even better news is price. Away from the posh downtown neighborhoods and upscale shopping centers and resorts, its price point is also easy to swallow. Meat-lovers, don’t worry. There’s plenty for you to choose from, too.