Customers will be able to enjoy the romantic, traditional Italian experience of being serenaded by a gondolier while floating through the canals but, unlike the past, they will now have to pay upfront to “ensure a contactless visit.”
An iconic staple of the community the past 38 years, Gondola Getaway is sending gondoliers into the canals despite being closed, to sing to the neighborhood.
The Naples Island Business Association has announced the return of the Naples Fest 2015 Street Fair, an event where the whole family can dance together, dine together and drink together (the adults, that is).
Michael’s on Naples has long been considered one of Long Beach’s best restaurants. Nestled in one of the city’s most beautiful and affluent areas, the restaurant’s knack for providing continually contemporary, high-end Italian food has garnered the joint accolade after accolade (including the now-famous year that Zagat called it the best Italian restaurant and the second-best restaurant period in Southern California).
The details of Chianina’s spectacular food—the subtlety of thinly sliced red jalapeño added on top of avocado-wrapped dungeness crab, the hint of salt amidst an otherwise perfectly housemade honey roll—should supersede the fact that the institution still doesn’t have a legal bar.
Chianina, a new steakhouse named after the cattle it will breed and raise for the restaurant, is set to make its grand opening in December.