Spring into April with a Sea Salt Cooking Class

March 28th, 2016 Cooking class

Succulent red snapper en papillote is on the menu April 9 at 11:30 a.m. Join Chef Josh Zeman for a demonstration in the Sea Salt kitchen, then enjoy the dish with a glass of wine. $50 per person. Reserve at 239-434-7258. 

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New Photography Captures Our Beauty … If We May Say So!

March 26th, 2016 Caronchi Photography

We asked esteemed local photographer Michael Caronchi to photograph our restaurant and we think he captured its beauty, as originally designed by Griz Dwight, an architect and designer for the hospitality industry. We feel lucky to work in an exquisite environment on Naples’ iconic Third Street South. (By the way, Griz Dwight designed Sea Salt’s sister restaurants Barbatella [also on Third Street South] and Sea Salt St. Pete.)

 

Sea Salt Naples

A private dining room in Sea Salt Naples, perfect for gatherings of friends, family and colleagues.

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Opening night for Reisha Perlmutter’s art show

March 25th, 2016 Art Exhibit

Ambrosia, Grounded, Under…  large-scale oil paintings of these compelling names were displayed in our breezeway on March 23 and 24. The paintings were by Naples-raised artist Reisha Perlmutter, just 25 years old and already a major talent. The two-night show, called “Origin,” opened with a wine and canape reception, with 20 percent of proceeds from the sale of paintings benefitting the Conservancy of Southwest Florida. Learn about Reisha at her website.

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Spring into our courtyard!

March 25th, 2016 Sea Salt Patio

Fresh, crisp and blissful. Spring is here and Sea Salt is blooming with excitement. Enjoy the seasonal weather with a seat on our covered patio. Take in the sights and sounds of Third Street South while enjoying Naples’ best contemporary seafood cuisine prepared from the finest seasonal ingredients, all with Italian flair. Reserve your seat by calling 239-434-7258.

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One of our new images by photographer Michael Caronchi.

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