We're sad to say good-bye. Tours permanently end March 2023. Thanks for many seasons of support.

What We Did for You and the Paradise Coast

Small groups - only 2 to 12 people - leisurely WALKed about 3 hours through elegant Naples’ neighborhoods known for their destination restaurants.   Guests visited four or five restaurants for small plate tastings at each stop. The walking distance clocked about a mile.   Distance melted, though, because the food stops allowed sitting while savoring house creations. Plus, the guided Walks included light-hearted commentary about the area and about the restaurants selected for your visit.   Most participants agreed that there was no need for a meal after your


We are permanently closed as of March 2023.


From 2018 to 2023, guided tours happened during morning, afternoon, and evening hours on NAPLES CULINARY WALKS at Mercato, City Dock at Crayton Cove, Bayfront, Clam Pass/Naples Grande Resort, Waterside, Village at Venetian Bay, Naples Design District, Galleria at Vanderbilt Market, Historic Downtown Bonita Springs, Fifth Avenue South, and Third Street South.

Thank you, excellent guests, creative Southwest Florida restauranteurs, and our gorgeous locale,  for five-star, food & history tour experiences.



JR at NplsGrande Aug2018

O the dreaded FYIs:

  • We apologize in advance. Although we understand the seriousness of food sensitivities, we cannot accommodate participants’ conditions (allergies, gluten preference, dietary exclusions like dairy or meat, etc) at this time.
  • Public parking is near the meeting point, but no transport (other than your own two feet) will be provided during the tour.
  • Strollers, pets, and kiddos under age 8 are not suitable for the NAPLES CULINARY WALKS experience.
  • Bottled water is provided. If you prefer alcohol, you may buy drinks directly from our restaurants during our stops.
  • No penalty for cancelling more than 24 hours before a Walk. After that, reservations are non refundable.
  • Mother Nature is the real Florida boss. We reserve the right to cancel or reschedule (with appropriate notice to you, of course) in the event of lightning or other severe weather, or public health mandates.