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.
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!
Feb 24 (Tues) 6p-8:30p Meet World-Class Athlete TIM VANORDEN
Hear Mr vanOrden talk about The Benefits of a Plan-Based-Diet to increase energy, lose weight, reduce illness, decrease environmental impact, and support the local economy Click here for more information
Suggested Donation: $15 in advance, $20 at the door
Mar 4 (Wed) 6p-8:30p Speaker Dr Shane Walker
Invitation-only dinner hosted by Dr Shane Walker. Walk-ins seated on patio or as space available
Mar 17 (Sat) All day St Patrick’s Day
Come celebrate our love of everything GREEN with special Irish-inspired menu items
Happy Hour drinks all day! $3 draft beers!
Award Winning Gourmet Plant Based Cuisine
Most Delicious Vegetarian Restaurants in the US – Trivago
10Best Restaurants with a Healthy Menu – USA Today
10 Best New Restaurants – Gulfshore Life
35 Top Restaurants in Collier County – Fort Myers News-Press
Best of Southwest Florida 2014 – Florida Weekly
Diners Choice “Fit for Foodies” 2014 – Open Table
Top 10 Restaurants in Naples – Yelp
Top 30 Restaurants in Naples – Tripadvisor
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Locations & Hours
1201 Piper Blvd Suite 26
Naples FL 34110
St. Petersburg, Florida
Opening Spring 2015
601 Central Ave
St. Petersburg, FL 33701
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Cider Press Café
As people have gone bananas for juicing, mixing kale and carrots with apples and oranges has never been more popular. But asking a meat lover to go vegan for a day—or even just a meal— can still be a hard sell. Enter this tiny, adorable, light-filled spot that we have high hopes can sway even the most stalwart omnivores through its refreshing and absolutely delicious raw cuisine. Yep, that’s right. This place not only eschews meat and dairy, but nothing is cooked above 120 degrees. A “lasagna” layered with paper-thin veggies, creamy pulverized cashews (you’ll do a double take to check it really isn’t ricotta!), a sundried tomato spread and pesto is all at once zingy, smooth, a tad crunchy and anything but bland. It, along with the other dishes on offer, doesn’t make you think of what you’re missing, and we challenge you to free your mind and your palate for the New Year.