Located at Dockside Boardwalk near Tin City and downtown Naples, Mino is where you'll finally have a true, Italian, dining experience. You rarely find this on American soil.
Photos by Tabatha Thompson
My name is Massimo Puglielli. People call me Max, Maxie, Massi...but my name as a little boy was Massimino. Today, my family in Pescara, Italy and here in the U.S.A, still follow our instincts. The basic rule is to make food that is uncomplicated, with simple, fresh ingredients, that fill your heart and inevitably start a conversation.
Mino's interior boasts a simple, inviting decor that pays tribute to quaint pizzerias of the old country. The restaurant offers a choice to observe passers-by from your patio bar-stool, or watch the art of brick-oven-pizza making fireside in the dining room. For the sports-fans, we also have a separate, full bar area with flatscreen TVs so you can watch live sporting events.
In addition to exceptional service, the Italian food that I present to you is not what you've come to know, but the Italian food that I grew up with. Mino, the restaurant, should invoke the feelings of places in Italy that we went as kids and as young adults. My life is in every plate. Please come and share our family's generations of not just food, but tradition!
- Tuesday 4:30p-9:00p
- Wed-Sun 11:30a–9:00p
- Mon Closed
We make Mino bread in our brick oven every morning! Panini breads are toasted to order, then filled (not hot pressed). These sandwiches are light, well balanced, and served with a side of crunchy salt & pepper kettle chips.
**Menu items may contain peanut or nut products
Mondays - We are Closed
4:30pm – 9:00pm Tuesdays
11:30am – 9:00pm (Wed-Sun) to request reservations
Reservations are kindly requested for parties of 5 or more.
Naples, FL 34102
Named by "Cigars and Spirits" Lifestyle Magazine one of the top 10 best "Old School" Pizzerias in the U.S.
- Audrey Pavia (Cigars & Spirits Lifestyle Magazine Contributing Writer)