During Naples Restaurant Week, foodies can take advantage of some of the finest dining Southwest Florida has to offer. For $35, guests get a three course meal. Also, by dining at one of the almost 50 participating restaurants, people also have the opportunity to help support the Humane Society of Naples.
Naples Restaurant Week helps Humane Society of Naples
Organizer, Rafael Feliciano, believes the partnership was synergy. "I have some dogs from Humane Society. A lot of people on our team have dogs from Humane Society. The food and the puppies. It just made perfect sense."
When guests receive their check, they will see an envelope to make an optional donation. The Humane Society uses these donations to help provide supplies and food for the animals.
About 80 dogs and even more cats are sheltered there at any given time.
Catch 41 Bar "N" Grill is a pet friendly restaurant
Catch 41 Bar N Grill has only been opened since January but is already sizzling hot. Chef David Lani has been extra busy preparing for Naples Restaurant Week. "It's been great for the new clientele seeing us for the first time."
The pet friendly restaurant is taking advantage of the low season to build its local reputation for high end bar food and locally sourced meals. Some of the popular items that may end up on the regular menu are the summer crab salad, roasted chicken picatta and gulf shrimp skillet with sauteed broccolini over rice pilaf, and the peanut butter and jelly with candied bacon bits empanada topped with vanilla ice cream and caramel sauce.
Naples Restaurant Week ends June 14th.