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See smaller St. George the Dragon serves up Les Escargots Bourguignon with a butter, wine, garlic and herb sauce. Kelli Stanko/Special to the Daily News.

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St. George the Dragon serves up Les Escargots Bourguignon with a butter, wine, garlic and herb sauce. Kelli Stanko/Special to the Daily News.

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  • St. George and the Dragon in Naples closed in late July 2012 and will not reopen Oct. 1 as planned.
  • St. George & the Dragon, at 936 Fifth Ave. S. in Naples, is for sale. The 42-year-old restaurant, closed since late July, might not reopen, although notes posted on either side of the front door claim it is reopening Oct. 1.
  • Notes posted on the front doors since July claim St. George and the Dragon, 936 Fifth Ave. S., in Naples is closed until Oct. 1.
  • A permanent sign posted above the main entrance to St. George and the Dragon declares that the longtime Naples restaurant is open, but it has been closed since late July 2012.
  • A carved wooden sign with a dragon on the side of St. George and the Dragon, 936 Fifth Ave. S., in Naples.
  • George and Marylin Ginos imported this classic British phone booth from England for their landmark St. George and the Dragon restaurant in Naples.
  • St. George and the Dragon dining room decorated for Halloween.
  • St. George and the Dragon has holiday decor in every room.
  • Grilled Pork Chops served with a green peppercorn, dijon mustard, and white wine sauce and apple sauce. St. George the Dragon is located at 936 Fifth Ave. S. in Naples. Kelli Stanko/Special to the Daily News.
  • St. George the Dragon serves up Les Escargots Bourguignon with a butter, wine, garlic and herb sauce. Kelli Stanko/Special to the Daily News.
  • Until July 2012, St. George and the Dragon, 936 Fifth Ave. S., operated near Four Corners in Naples for more than 42 years.

Reopening the shuttered St. George & the Dragon, a longtime restaurant in Naples. may be more of a dream than a reality.

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