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On the water and occupying a cheerfully painted old Florida-style house, this place could not be more inviting. Showcases and tables hold sandwiches, soups, salads, pasta, bakery goods and hot dishes... Read More
On the water and occupying a cheerfully painted old Florida-style house, this place could not be more inviting. Showcases and tables hold sandwiches, soups, salads, pasta, bakery goods and hot dishes made from scratch fresh daily for take-out or eat-in. The goodness starts at breakfast with a selection of egg dishes, oatmeal, pastries and an unusual breakfast salad with hard boiled eggs, spinach and veggies. At lunch, diners browse the different stations for freshly made pasta such as wild boar or broccoli rabe and sausage ravioli, grilled vegetable panini with fresh mozzarella, tomato pie, blueberry and goat cheese pie and limoncello mascarpone cake. It offers a remarkable wine list along with beers and coffee drinks. For dinner, order off the Dilly's Seafood Shack menu of just-off-the-boat culinary gold.
- Best Restaurants for Spring: "Tomato pie fans: Three60's is the best in Naples - maybe in the South (but don't tell Charleston that). Insanely creamy and cheesy, it uses the tastiest thick tomato slices imaginable."
- Family Friendly: "Three60 Market is known for its meatballs - made from beef the staff grounds by hand."
- Restaurants with Healthy Menus: "The tomato pie is as good - maybe even better - than any you will try in Charleston, SC."
- Recommended as Best Restaurants for Spring Because: Patio tables overlook Haldeman Creek, where round bar-shaped Cruisin Tiki boats launch for after-meal entertainment.
- Best for Family Friendly Because: Kids get to "shop" for their meals, hand selecting what looks good - fast and fun.
- Best for Restaurants with Healthy Menus Because: It offers lots of vegetarian and healthy options, everything is freshly made and it sells organic and vegan wines.