|Patrick knows that on Marco Island, you need never go hungry! These are just a few of his favorites, and why...
Fin Bistro – “Can’t be beat for great steaks and the best of local seafood!”
Cafe De Marco - “Excellent Prawns.”
Marek's - Voted Marco Island's Best Fine Dining Restaurant 8 years in a row. “Wonderful ambiance in a historical house location. Great food. Gourmet touch.”
Big Al's - "Great lunches you can pick up or eat in. You have to try the Tuna Salad, and the Pastrami Melt wrap.”
Verdi's – “An American bistro. My absolute favorite dish is the chicken in phyllo with boursin cheese and spinach.”
Island Cafe – “Great rack of lamb and fine wines.”
Joey's Pizzeria and Deli – “Favorite pizza on the island.”
Snook Inn – “Got to go to the Snook if visiting Marco Island. My favorite waterfront restaurant. Great grouper sandwich.”
Sasso's – “New to the Island with a great menu. Try the Asiago Olive Bites!”
Blue Heron – “Full course meal with great food.”
Kurrents Restaurant – “Located in the Marriott hotel. Great ambiance, service and fine meals.”
There are over 100 Eateries on Marco - Here's some more of my favorites...
Hoot’s – “Great chicken Caesar salad.”
Pelican Blend – “Best sauted grouper.”
Stan's Idle Hour Restaurant - “Best Sunday afternoon fun...take your Harley!”
Gino's Old Marco Trattoria - “Some great Italian dishes! Make sure to try the chicken tortellini!”
Ne Ne's Kitchen - My son's favorite breakfast place.
Marco Island is host to a wide range of shopping options from upscale boutiques and art galleries to casual beachwear shops where you can find everything you need for days filled with sun and fun. There is more than enough variety to let you shop until you want to drop (right into a beach chair!)
The Marco Walk is a modern shopping experience with a wide variety of shops and restaurants. Get pampered at the Marco Walk Spa or enjoy the charm of the unique movie theatre Marco Movies which serves food from its freshly prepared menu.
The Esplanade Shoppes have close to 50,000 square feet of shops and retaurants. A truly luxurious shopping experience, there is a fantastic mix of upscale retailers and smaller specialty stores.
The Marco Town Center Mall is a charming Old Florida style outdoor mall. Cruise the cobblestone streets while patrolling the shops for everything from high end fashion to beachwear.
Guy Harvey uses the proceeds from his signature clothing line sold at the Guy Harvey Island Shop to help fund his research to preserve the marine environment.
For the art lover there are plenty of galleries to check out the local talent and find that special piece that captures the feeling of this tropical paradise. Kennedy Studios shows and sells a variety of art from various local artists focusing on art reminiscent of Marco Island life.
For interior design enthusiusts Marco Island won't dissapoint. From specialized boutiques to design and paint centers, your home will have every source it needs to be beautiful. Something Old Something New has everything you need to redecorate your home. Carrying everything from furnishings to window treatments, they also offer home staging services.
Just 16 miles north of Marco Island on the mainland is Naples, a shopping mecca. Rivalling the shopping in New York, Chicago, San Francisco, L.A. and Paris, Naples is renowned for its upscale shops, specialty stores and outstanding art galleries.
The downtown heart of Old Naples is on Fifth Avenue South, a charming street lined with beautiful banyan and poinciana trees. With avenues that stretch to the Gulf of Mexico lined with unique shops, Fifth Avenue South combines the community feel of an historic main street with the sophistication of a world class shopping destination.
Brodeur Carvell has everything for the refined gentleman. With a focus on world class brands and custom clothes, Brodeur Carvell prides itself on their attention to personalized service.
Third Street South is noted for its numerous galleries focusing on the work of local artists in an array of mediums from watercolour and sculpture to pottery and glass. The Englishman has been a landmark fine art gallery for 25 years earning the trust of discerning antique collectors worldwide. Their Naples gallery features an exceptional fine art collection along with distinctive representation of the 18th, 19th, and early 20th century antiques. Beauty, diversity, and quality are the undeniable features of the collections at The Englishman.
Four Winds Gallery specializes in American indian art and jewelry.
Galerie du Soleil is dedicated to the art of living artists across the globe.
The Artist's Gallery specialises in local fine art by the noted Judy Chinski and Betty Newman.
Cleopatra's Barge Fine Jewelry has been a fixture for the past 44 years. Owner Marilyn Janss studied jewelry design in New York before bringing her creative style to Naples.
Tin City is a collection of original1920's old marine shops charmingly converted into an assemblage of quaint shops and boutiques. The Waterfront Marketplace boasts over 40 shops you can troll to find treasures from yesterday and today.
The Village on Venetian Bay is a shopping area with over 60 unique stores located right on the waterfront.
Last but certainly not least, the Waterside Shops at Pelican Bay is
where you will find all the essential designer stores, housed in beautiful Spanish architecture and surrounded by lush tropical landscaping.
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|You were professional, thorough and effective.
I am writing to say "THANK YOU" for the superlative job you did in selling our home on Marco.
Jerry K. Myers
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