The Colonial heads towards Naples’ famous Fifth Avenue

Photo credit: Le ColonialThe Colonial, a famed Manhattan restaurant known for its lavish interiors, two-story patios and fine dining rooms, is set to open on Naples’ famed Fifth Avenue in fall 2022. Hospitality legends Rick Wahlstedt and Joe King have big plans for Le Colonial Naples. Featuring acclaimed Franco-Vietnamese chef and cookbook author Nicole Routhier and Executive Chef Hassan Obaye, Le Colonial will present a shareable menu for guests that features age-old Vietnamese recipes and modern classic dishes. This location will feature the brand’s navy blue LED lighted sign, gray coral stone, smooth white stucco cement base, etched glass roof panels, beautiful wrought iron marquee entrance, blue awnings retractable navy chairs, custom encaustic tiles, leather banquettes, and a French cafe. patio furniture.

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Le Colonial will offer a blend of seductive spirits and pungent flavors of 1920s French colonialism. They have mastered a curated cocktail list as well as a menu featuring the unique blend of Franco-Vietnamese cuisine. This includes small and large plates, soups, salads, sharing plates and selected signature dishes; there are options for all guests. Sip a Lychee Martini on the Parisian-style patio overlooking Fifth Avenue or head up the stairs to the upper patio for a sunset-view meal, Le Colonial is sure to be Naples’ new dining hotspot.

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Photo credit: The Colonial ChicagoThe construction will include a dining room, a service bar, a porch, a living room, a bar and a private dining room. Known for creating an atmosphere for cocktails and light snacks as well as offering private dining groups. Each location offers public and private dining. The private dining room will have its own special menu. Other locations include: Chicago, Houston, Atlanta and San Francisco. The Colonial has two more locations under construction with grand openings Fall 22; Lake Forest, IL and Del Ray Beach, Florida. Follow the build and view the Naples site plans here

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