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Located in the heart of beautiful Naples, FL, Vergina Restaurant proudly serves world class Italian & Mediterranean inspired cuisine. The tradition at Vergina continues with many recipes that have not changed since our establishment in the year 2000.
Naples, FL 34102
Hours of Operation:
Daily 8:00 am–12:00 pm
Daily 11:30 am–4:00 pm
Mon–Wed, Sun 11:30 am–12:00 pm
Thu–Sat 11:30 am–1:00 am
Bar Happy Hour
Daily 11:30 am–6:00 pm
Daily 3:00 pm–5:00 pm
Daily 4:00 pm–11:30 pm
The Naples Players Sugden Community Theater
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Nightly Live Entertainment - Beginning at 8:30 in the Bar area! Join our featured entertainers every night for Motown, R&B, and Top 20's hits in our spacious bar area featuring a dance floor!
Valet Parking Available: December- April in the back side of the building (Cambier Park Way). Year-Round parking available on 5th Avenue, Cambier Park Way, and two adjacent parking garage's located within walking distance of the restaurant.
Chef Will Ferrell
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Dancing, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Vergina Ratings and Reviews
The service was very slow though probably more the fault of the kitchen than the waiter. My friend had surf & turf. Both portions were small and neither was hot - just warm as if they had been sitting for awhile. I had red snapper which also was not very large and prepared with rosemary and lemon which overwhelmed the flavor. Broccoli rabb was the side but so bitter it was not edible. The restaurant was full and very loud to the point it was difficult to hear people speak. The cost was over $200 and not nearly worth the price.
We have dined their many times with excellent results
This however was terrible
They crammed in 35 percent more tables and offered a reduced menu for Valentine’s Day
We looked forward to a high quality experience and we’re very disappointed
We will Not be back to soon
Six of us had a lovely outdoor dinner at Vergina. They have outdoor tables in an alley on the side of the restaurant that are much quieter than those in front. The food was great , service was very attentive if somewhat frantic given the Valentine’s Day crowd. Overall a wonderful experience
very disappointed in the evening. menu is nice...food was good... value is good but service was HORRIBLE! we had made reservations a week prior...45th anniversary.... asked for outside... had no outside seating although there were empty tables....sat in booth which was nice but we sat for awhile prior to even getting water... had to ask for a waiter...horrible wait.... brought bill never came back...a big disappointing dinner experience
We had a very nice experience. Our waiter, Jason, took excellent care of us! The octopus app was outstanding, and the entrees were all delicious. We stayed for dessert and had the tiramisu, chocolate cake and cotton candy! Looked like there was going to music in the bar, but we didn't stick around to hear.... Next time, for sure!
Food was just okay. The staff was attentive and changed one of the entrees because we didn’t like it. They did everything they could to make us happy. Customer service is half the experience. Ambiance is very nice, ut it’s very loud.
Have been going there for years. Food and menu selection is not as good as it used to be, but I would go back.
It was TERRIBLE!!! We had our reservations and got stuck behind a pole in the through way. Table next to us was seated 10 minutes after. They got service, water, and drinks and we had not yet been recognized. Asked a waiter if he was our server. No, but I’ll get you help. Nope! The maitre’ de then got us someone. He was great, but not our waiter. We were not in his area which meant he never was around. He was overworked but tried.
Our food. I had the Porcini mushroom pasta. It had no flavor and tasted metallic. My husbands linguini and clams was “good”. We will not be back. Too many other great choices.
The food was cold. I ordered salmon and it was over cooked. I asked for medium. The salad had no dressing. We had to ask for it. We were not told of the extra charge for sharing the salad. My husband said he liked his meal but mine was horrible. I will not dine there again.
The spaghetti and large meatball was a bad choice for our table of four. The noodles were on the hard side; the sauce was very thick and had the most unusual flavor. This was probably the first time I did not do a take home with the pasta. The other meals at our table were fine, but not the one dish you think would be impossible to screw up.
Is It Dishonesty or Incompetence?
The first visit, in December 2017, asked for the $20.00 bottle of wine advertised on the online menu.The waiter knew nothing about it, checked with the manager who went online to verify, (as if I would make that up), then sent it to our table.
The second visit, in January 2018, when presented with our bill, I was charged $44.00 for the wine I ordered, which was clearly listed for $32.00 on the online menu.
Again, the manager went online to verify my claim.
When presented with the corrected bill we paid and left.
It was only when I got home, and totaled up my bill, did I discover I had been charged an additional $8.00 for a vegetable we did not order, and I have the bill to prove it.
Clearly, there are aspects of both our visits to Vergina that we can commend and condemn. But they would be only our opinions, subject to confirmation or rebuttal.
Overcharging and misrepresenting items on your bill are facts, that leaves little open to interpretation, save, dishonesty or deceit.
If this is the perceived intent, and, as I'm told, the New Management is about to change the restaurants' name, might I suggest, "Ali Baba's &", (just kidding?).
To end it all:
This was a "Birthday" visit with great service by "Marcello", whom I'm certain,(by now), is known by every tourist and resident of Naples. Perhaps, a bronze statue of him holding a tray in the entryway would add to the recognition of his meritorious service which, he so richly deserves.
Expect a mixed bag of experiences if you dine here "in season", from awesome to awful.
Food was very good. 2 of us had the steak special. Personally I would prefer a thicker cut. It was tender and tasty. One person had lasagna and 4th had the 4 cheese pear pasta. Both said their food was excellent. Deserts, we had crewmen brûlée (average) and tiramisu) excellent. Yes, we would/will return.
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