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Thursday, April 3, 2014

Happy Hour at The Real Seafood Co.


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is a restaurant in North Naples, FL and is located in The Shoppes at Vanderbilt.

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Their Happy Hour Menu is served daily from 4 to 7 P.M. in either their patio area

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or in their Raw Bar.

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My dining companion (DC) and I shared a number of items off the happy hour menu. The first was the house salad.

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This was mixed greens, cherry tomatoes, pecans, Julienned cucumbers and a shallot Vinaigrette. Very nice.

Point Judith Calamari were also ordered, lightly fried and served with Saffron Aioli  and lemon wedge.

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I also ordered the smoked salmon with lump crab tower.

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This was Lox, or fillet of brined salmon topped with a pineapple, mango and avocado salsa and finished with lump crab meat. It was good but the blue corn chips served with them were stale. Not to worry, I don't eat these anyway.

Finally we ordered salt and pepper tuna.

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This was seared tuna, served with Wasabi and Ponsu Sauce, a sort of citrus-soy sauce. Sushi rice and pinapple with mango salsa were also served with this.

Having seen this maniacal person taking pictures of the food at the raw bar, an adjacent diner asked me what I was doing. After I told him he generously offered up his order to be photographed. Littleneck Clams and Blue Hill, ME mussels were cooked in white wine, garlic, butter, sweet peppers and Chorizo sausage.

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I think you will agree, it looked delicious.

The happy hour at The Real Seafood Co. was very good, a great value and I would return without hesitation. It's a wrap for another review on Forks.

The Real Seafood Co.
8960 Fontana Del Sol Way
Naples, FL 34109
(239)591-3232

Real Seafood Co. on Urbanspoon
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