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Green tea crepe cake from Zen Asian BBQ, Naples.

Zen Asian BBQ

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Two pork tacos al pastor and one steak quesadilla at Taqueria San Julian, Naples.


Taqueria San Julian

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Beef tagine from Mediterrano, Naples.



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The pulled pork platter with cole slaw and sweet potato fries from the Black Eyed Pig, Naples.

Black Eyed Pig

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And Zen Asian BBQ, Taqueria San Julian, Mediterrano, Black Eyed Pig, Capri Fish House,  Chilakil, True Food Kitchen, Saki Japanese Kitchen, LowBrow Pizza & Beer, Ristorante Limoncello, La Rancherita, Mykonos Kuzina, Siam Thai and Sushi Naples, Señor Taco, Jimmy P's Charred, The Real McCaw, Sushi-Thai, La Sierra, Lamoraga, Skillet's, The Local, Naples food trucks, Kareem's Lebanese Kitchen, Cracklin' Jack's, European Bakery & Cafe, The Colombian Kitchen, Bistro La Baguette, Eurasia, Agave,  Olympian Dining, Toyko Sushi, Garibaldi's, 21 Spices, Fernandez The Bull, Thai, Thai Sushi Bowl, Tacos & Tequila and Brook's Brothers.   

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