Q: I discovered that Naples may be getting a Yard House (by Darden) in the old Chili's building at 4251 Tamiami Trail N. in Park Shore Plaza. Not sure if you've seen or heard anything on this, but wanted to share. A: The final plans for Yard House recently were approved by the Naples Design Review Board, with a tentative target to open the new restaurant and bar by this time next year.
What is the name of the Italian restaurant being built on Vanderbilt in the shopping center near 951? You did an article on them a while ago, and they have one in Bonita. A:Cirella’s Italian Bistro & Sushi Bar nears completion on the western end of the first phase of the 14-acre Vanderbilt Commons retail center. Cirella’s second area location will anchor a 35,000-square-foot building under construction on the north side of Vanderbilt Beach Road west of Collier Boulevard.
A former semi-pro soccer player turned chef is scoring big with two new menus at Café Lurcat and Bar Lurcat on Fifth Avenue South in downtown Naples. Chef Fabio Bermudez took charge of Lurcat’s kitchen this fall and developed the restaurant’s new Voyage Italian Riviera and Market menus that rolled out a few weeks ago. For links to the new menus, see this column online at naplesnews.com.
Johnsonville Sausage Marketplace is permanently closing after operating for 3 years on Naples Blvd. in North Naples.
The store’s last day is Jan. 21, a week from today, unless it runs out of merchandise before that. Nearly everything is 50 percent off. https://t.co/NhZztqCN7k
The Whole Tiger Prawn grill selection features grilled prawn meat tossed in Asian citrus butter at Namba Ramen & Sushi restaurant, which opens Friday, Jan. 12, in the Marketplace at Pelican Bay on the southwest corner of U.S. 41 and Vanderbilt Beach Road in North Naples. https://t.co/cRIilSgMg9
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