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If you are willing to drive about 40 minutes into North Naples you will love this area. Lots of shopping, great restaurants and night life. We like to go to Blue Martini and listen to the live music.
Large open air shopping mall, including grocery and clothes shopping, cafes, casual and fine dining, a movie theater, and regular outdoor music concerts.
Large area for great shopping, dining, yoga studio, and a Whole Foods! Check out Hampton Social for craft eats, “Rose all day,” and happy hour specials. Take a drop in class at the Yoga Loft, fill up the fridge at Whole Foods, or get your shopping on at all the fun shops!
Great place to do some shopping and eating! There is also a movie theater that serves food! (Silverspot).
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