naples shopping

 

Downtown Naples has several distinct shopping centers with goods and items to offer. Within and around Naples, you will find all your sources of comfort and satisfaction, ranging from ultra-casual dining experiences to all the luxurious scenes around the shopping malls. These centers not only provide the best shopping experience in its ordinary form but also sophisticate your shopping adventure with live band music and theatres. All these provide you with an excellent opportunity to enjoy your shopping amid unique entertainment and luxurious atmosphere. For jewelry, gifts of any kind, souvenirs, boutique or indeed anything you desire, these shopping malls and centers will offer you and your beloved ones. Take a look at some of the best shopping centers you are likely going to visit so that in so doing, you have a clear understanding of what exactly you need from where.

Fifth Avenue South

Fifth Avenue South is one of the most luxurious centers in the redeveloped Downtown Naples. It sits at the heart of Naples. Emergency of this center has resulted into a tony street with sidewalk cafes rich in beautiful shops, vital theater, arts center, comfortable hotels and city park.

Fifth Avenue South has a number of shops together with restaurants. In the shops, you will be able to find a range of items you desire, from arts and jewelry to the best pets of your choice. Chains like Tervis Tumblers and Chico’s are available in different types and sizes as well as extraordinary shops like Port Royal Jewelers where you have to press a door bell to be admitted in. Restaurants on the other hand have the best dining options with food ranging from local to more ample varieties of sea food. Fifth Avenue South is used mostly by merchants hosting a number of festivals like street arts.

Coastland Center

Coastland Center has numerous stores approximated to more than 150. Some of these stores include JCPenney, Dillard’s, Macy’s and Sears. It has a conducive air conditioned mall indoors best for shopping especially during the hot summer days in the Naples The mall is especially rich in chain stores. it has varieties of Old Navy, Abercrombie and Fitch, American Greetings, Game Stop, Bath and body Works and many more others f such kind. The mall also has a food-rich dining restaurant and all forms of food courts.

Tin City

This city has been reinvented into a casual dining and shopping complex. Otherwise , it has retained its tin- roof, salty charm and the rustic appearance. Most shops in-housed have cheap and casual wares with a beachy and nautical backbeat. It has more than thirty shops which occupy double ramshackle buildings that tend to sit on the tourist side. Souvenirs are available in different price ranges. Pincher’s Crab Shack and Riverwalk are the best restaurants for dining, having local seafood menu and beautiful water views. and Roy’s Restorante, the restaurant feeds hungry shoppers. This center stands out magnificently especially due to the presence of many quality shops. Available is also Antica Murrina jewelry shop which is specialized in Italian Artisan Murano glass. There are 31 art and jewelry displays that were handcrafted by at least 35 artists from the locals. Mature women on the beach dress in fashions from Kay’s. Men on the other hand dress in top style and sophisticated cloths from John Craig Clothier.

Third Street South

Third Street South intersects with Fifth Street Avenue. However, its dining and shopping district is five blocks from Fifth Street South. Apres-beach crowd are found closer to the Naples Fishing Pier and the Beaches. Other than its reputation for its Gallery Row, its added fame has been as a result of having the first shopping concierge who advises advises and ensures that your packages return to your hotel. This place is at the heart of the shopping district but after the recession, several shops were left empty. Most of the shops that remained are therefore high-end, such as Marissa Collections that sells prestige designer fashions, Gattle’s that sell fine home linens together with accessories.

Coconut Point

Coconut Point is one of the mega-complex centers located to the north of Naples and has residential condos, diverse dining, big-box stores, name boutiques and movie theaters. It has around 140 stores including Dillard’s Department store, Apple Store, Target Barnes and Noble, Best Buy, Boston Paper, Bath and Body works, Banana Republic among others. In terms o dining facilities, it has Moe’s Southwest Grill and Five Guys Burgers and Fries with a variety of choices like Ruth’s Chris Steak House. Coconut Point hosts several events majorly during January season through Easter when weekly farmer’s market is held from 9.00 am to 2.00 pm every Thursday. Free shuttle services are provided by The Outdoor mall within the large breadth.

Mercato

Mercato is one of the newest shopping centers in Naples. It is built on the Waterside Shops model of a chain stores. It has fewer sticker shock but with more restaurants. It is a residential real estate kind of setting, so vibrant for night adventures. The largest tenants are Sur La Table, Whole Foods Market and Nordstrom Rack. There are many indoor and outdoor restaurants together with deluxe movie theaters with a variety of dining options. There is a chain of many shops such as Pandora, Jos A. Bank and Sperry Top Spider among others. In the late hours, many restaurants serve as bars. Some busiest places include Blue Martini, AZN and Cavo Lounge.

Prominade at Bonita Bay

This city has been reinvented into a casual dining and shopping complex. Otherwise , it has retained its tin- roof, salty charm and the rustic appearance. Most shops in-housed have cheap and casual wares with a beachy and nautical backbeat. It has more than thirty shops which occupy double ramshackle buildings that tend to sit on the tourist side. Souvenirs are available in different price ranges. Pincher’s Crab Shack and Riverwalk are the best restaurants for dining, having local seafood menu and beautiful water views. and Roy’s Restorante, the restaurant feeds hungry shoppers. This center stands out magnificently especially due to the presence of many quality shops. Available is also Antica Murrina jewelry shop which is specialized in Italian Artisan Murano glass. There are 31 art and jewelry displays that were handcrafted by at least 35 artists from the locals. Mature women on the beach dress in fashions from Kay’s. Men on the other hand dress in top style and sophisticated cloths from John Craig Clothier.

Village Shops on Venetian Bay

It is one of the best travelled shopping and dining districts that sells jewelry, home accessories, clothing and art. In total there are almost 6o shops. It is lined with waterfronts on both sides, which gives it a European style architecture. Popular fashion stops are Everything But water (for women) and for men, Mondo Uomo. Home decor gifts and items, there is Try A Horse of Different Color and Fabec-Young & Co. which provides everything in your interest. There are also five jewelry stores which specialize in watches, pearls, estate jewelry and everything else of that nature.

Crayton Cove

This center has both historical and nautical charm. It is small and as well, tucked away from Downtown limelight, compact and cozy. When Crayton Cove was given its present name from Back Bay by E.W.”Ed” Crayton (Early Developer), it attracted in large numbers workers who came to build Tamiami Trail, commercial fishermen and other business men who initiated it as a grocery store, an inn and the first pharmacy in Naples. Presently, it is recognized as a place with something hidden. There is a nautical hardware store full of browseables. It is close to many galaries and gift shops. There are also some restaurants such as Dock at Cryton, which hosts Great Dock Canoe Race on Monday every week.

Waterside shops

Waterside Shops has the best luxe brands set in magnificently architectural arena. It has several water features though its establishment does not involve a waterfront, which highly contributes to its popularity. Saks Fifth Avenue and Nordstrom anchor the chi-chi Waterside shops, which is also a section of the Great Pelican Bay Development. When you are there, you just need some therapy, then get your best meals at restaurants like Brio Tuscan Grille, Silver Spoon Café, True Food Kitchen and California Pizza Kitchen

Conclusion

In general, these centers have the best and latest goods you may require for life. To make a good decision, you just have to look at your interests, hobbies and the kind of fun you enjoy most. Otherwise, every shopping center is uniquely designed to fit you and your beloved ones.