Local blue- and white-collar workers gather with shoppers for affordable sandwiches and seafood in the vaulted, vine-twisted courtyard of this traditional pub, which has been tucked away from shopping traffic at 3rd Street Plaza since the late 1980s. It strikes one as an everybody-knows-your-name kind of place, with jars of pickles on the tables and friendly bartenders. Taste any of 25 kinds of beer and order fried "ungrouper" sandwiches (made with "mild flaky white filet"
as grouper becomes rarer), burgers, crispy chicken salad, and nachos, as well as such not-so-traditional pub grub as grilled fresh catch-of-the-day and fried gator tail. There's musical entertainment Wednesday and Sunday year-round.
May 2, 2003
This place is a nice pub with friendly people but absolutely nothing special. We stopped in for an early dinner and were pleased. However, it is not a landmark worth going out of your way.
Mar 8, 2002
Used to be one of our regular stops in Naples, but lately the staff has been un-attentive. If you go try the beans and rice and one of the fish or crab dishes.