Dining Guide

The restaurant scene in Naples is much better than other tiny villages in the Finger Lakes. You should be able to find what you want. Here is our guide. Add your own comments to the guestbook in the cabin so other guests can learn about your experience. These places are ordered from north to south. When you drive to Naples you will see placed on the north side of Naples first.

Bob 'N Ruths

This is old timey restaurant located in the original part of Naples. You can eat outside under shade trees, indoors in the diner or enter the Vineyard Lounge, a dark and cool Rat Pack style cocktail lounge in the back. $


This place put Naples on the culinary and music tour map. Get reservations of you can. It’s a shabby chic environment with good farm to table food. A wine shop adjoins the restaurant. The wait can be long. $$

Old School Cafe

This is a nice cafe in a historic old school. The food is great. $$

Naples Wood Fired Pizza

You can eat indorrs or outside. We have not tried this but the google reviews are here.

Naples Valley BBQ

A small, nice place that serves good BBQ and sides. Recommended for meat eaters. $$


This place cranks out fluffy, gooey pizza by the ton. You can also get subs and other things. A nice budget option. $

Caruso's Cafe

This cafe offers nice a la carte food for breakfast, brunch and lunch. It’s a great place to sit outside with your dog and have a coffee and bagel. $

China City

This is our go-to place for take out. The food is great and the prices are good. They have a modest indoor dining space as well. $

Middletown Tavern

This closed recently.


This is the newest high end distillery, music venue and eatery. This place is known for fancy cocktails, food boards and live entertainment. A nice spot for a date. $$$


The redwood is a old style diner. The food is good and the price is reasonable. There is a diner area and a dining room area in the back. $$


This is a nice restaurant at the local golf course. Check out the beautiful painted bar. $$