Naples Dining Options

Savor A Variety of Delicious Naples Restaurants

The stylish Lobby Lounge at the Trianon Old Naples offers a sumptuous a la carte Continental breakfast and full coffee bar featuring illy Café freshly ground coffees, lattes and espressos, as well as beer and wine throughout the afternoon and evening. Though we do not serve lunch or dinner, our hotel is within walking distance of dozens of top-notch Naples restaurants and dining options at Fifth Avenue, Third Street, Bayfront, Crayton Cove, and the Naples waterfront. Dine on fresh seafood, family-friendly fare, and world-class International cuisine, with the city’s boutique shops, art galleries, and historic Pier as your backdrop. Be sure to ask our hotel staff for recommendations on good places to eat while you’re here.


  • Fuel up for a busy day in downtown Naples with our delicious a la carte Continental breakfast and full coffee bar featuring illy Café freshly ground coffees, lattes and espressos, served in the Lobby Lounge (a fee applies). Grab a muffin to go, relax in the Lobby Lounge, or step out onto our sunny terrace and soak up the warm Florida weather. At the end of a successful afternoon, visit the Lounge for a refreshing glass of wine or beer.

    Our breakfast menu features muffins and bagels, biscotti, coffee and espresso, and other tasty items.

    Open 7 Days a Week

    Breakfast:  6:30 AM to 10 AM

    Lounge:  12 PM to 11 PM

  • Visit over the 35 restaurants and sidewalk Cafes, along the landscaped promenades in this historic setting.

  • Whether starting the day with breakfast and the paper at an outdoor café, ending it with a starlight dinner at an award-winning restaurant or spending a long lunch tucked into a cozy pub; Third Street South provides wonderful foods for every mood, taste, and time slot.

  • Strolling on brick-laden pathways lead to the impeccable cuisine of the restaurants in Bayfront. 

  • Originally a 1920's clam shelling and oyster processing plant, Tin City retains the rustic, maritime spirit of what was once the center of Naples' fishing industry. Even today, Tin City's quaint boardwalks, tin-topped buildings and eateries overlook the working docks of Naples Bay.