100% Gluten Free Local and Farm to Table Fresh! Modernist

Clean foods, delicious taste, raw, vegan

The Cider Press Café is a casual fine dining restaurant featuring Florida-inspired, modernist, plant based cuisine, using the best of local and organic produce.

Happy Hour from 3p-6p featuring $5 Eats and Drinks!

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We specialize in Florida-inspired, plant based, modernist cuisine. Our items are 100% gluten free, use no animal products, and are not heated. We use special kitchen techniques to achieve unparalleled flavors, nutrition, and satisfaction. Taste foods like they were meant to be eaten!

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★★★★★ YELP and Trip Advisor

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USA Today
Florida Trends
Florida Weekly
Fit Nation
Natural Awakenings
Naples Daily News
Fort Myers News-Press


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Hours & Location

Hours:
Lunch 11:00a-4:00p
Dinner 4:00p-9:00p
Closed Sundays
Address:
1201 Piper Blvd Suite 26
Naples FL 34110
Phone:
(239) 631-2500

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FoodieNaples.com

Getting to Know the Cider Press Cafe

September 11, 2014
Tiffany

From the busy street outside, you would never imagine the culinary wonders that await you inside the doors of The Cider Press Cafe. Tucked away in a strip mall at the intersection of Immokalee and Airport Pulling, The Cider Press Cafe is now one of my favorite restaurants in Naples and if you truly love incredible food, you have got to visit soon!

There is a lot of stigma about vegan restaurants because the food often lacks flavor. And when you throw in the fact that The Cider Press is not only vegan but also RAW (which means it’s served cold), people start making funny faces at you when you mention you want to dine there.

But when you walk through the front door, you know this is a different kind of place altogether. And the team of Executive Chef Johan Everstijn and General Manager Roland Strobel have truly done an amazing job. …

As you’ve probably guessed by now, we love food and take it very seriously. We are experienced home chefs and perhaps that is why we value a truly good meal — and also don’t find the appeal of spending a fortune on mediocre food. So when I say the food was nothing short of amazing, I truly mean it!

We have eaten all sorts of food from Europe to Asia to America — but what we ate at The Cider Press Cafe was without a doubt one of our top five meals. Ever.

Eating is a such a visual experience as well as a journey of taste. And both of these senses will be taken to new heights as well as completely turned on upside down and inside out when you dine at The Cider Press Cafe.

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