Naples restaurant for five families

Old Jun 28th, 2007, 10:27 AM
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Naples restaurant for five families

Help! Can anyone suggest a restaurant in Naples for a group of 30 which consists of 15 kids between 2 and 13. We are staing at the Ritz and would like something within a 15 minute drive of the hotel. we have a peanut allergy in the group so hibachi is out. Thanks!
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Old Jun 28th, 2007, 02:41 PM
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Anyone?
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Old Jun 28th, 2007, 02:43 PM
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My favorite is Campiellos on 3rd St. South. Lots of families there every time I've been.

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We have friends who take their children and grandchildren to The Cheesecake Factory and P.F.Chang's (Chinese).
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Depends on when you need these ressies. In the summer, you might be able to work a deal with Tommy Bahama's or Campiello. Campiello has a couple of areas that are somewhat separated that might work for a large group. High Season would be very difficult for this large a group at either.

Cheesecake Factories and Changs are everywhere. I'm topping so others might see. Honoria
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Two other ideas: Buzz's Lighthouse, practically across the street but they do not have a kiddie menu.

Call the Gumbo Limbo at the Ritz and see if they can cater something casual outside. That might make a special night.
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Thanks to everyone for the helpful info. We ended up eating one meal at Gumbo Limbo at the Ritz (very pricey but great lobster quesadilla), one night at Tommy Bahama's Cafe which was a hit! and one night at an italian restaurant the concierge suggested (the name I have forgotten it is in a Publix shopping center on 41) that was not ideal with the kids but the manager was nice enough to work with us.
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