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The Lower Gulf Coast Restaurants

Osteria Tulia

  • 466 5th Ave. S. Map It
  • Italian
  • Fodor's Choice

Updated 05/12/2014

Fodor's Review

An ancestral air pervades at this intimate yet lively restaurant on 5th Avenue, where the Sicilian-born chef (and part owner) drives an authentic celebration of the Italian table. Opened in 2013, the concept is a refreshing departure from long, ornate menus and focuses on simple, finely produced house-made Italian cuisine in a rustic, refined setting. Everything wooden was crafted from a dilapidated barn in north Florida, and the 1940s-era bricks came from a reclaimed

Chicago firehouse. The signature fennel sausage is homemade from a family recipe, and the kitchen cures its own pancetta, makes its own mozzarella and ricotta cheeses, and makes and extrudes all pastas on-site. Peasant recipes for things like rabbit and wild boar shine on the menu next to more traditional mains like heritage pork and free-range chicken.

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466 5th Ave. S., Naples, Florida, 34102, United States

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Updated 05/12/2014


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