Every Halloween, parents across Naples have the same discussion: where are you going Trick or Treating this year??
You want a safe alternative that doesn’t require you to drive to multiple locations (because let’s face it, parents want the ordeal to go as painlessly as possible for all involved) but your kids still want to make a huge haul of candy. But their short legs get tired quickly and you don’t really want to get involved with hordes of people…so maybe you were just thinking you’ll stay home and hope the goblins in your neighborhood don’t get too rowdy.
In the middle of Fifth Avenue South, you will find Osteria Tulia, offering authentic rustic Italian cuisine and atmosphere. As you approach the restaurant, you feel like you’re taking a trip to the back roads of Italy.
As you walk inside, you will immediately feel that comfortable, warm, inviting atmosphere which can only come with lots of vision and attention to detail. Much of the interior is made from reclaimed Dade County pine and bricks from a Chicago firehouse built in the 1940’s. (more…)
Fifth Avenue South is one of Naples most visited areas when people want to do some shopping or explore fine dining options. But not every place on Fifth Avenue includes extreme price tags.