A Smorgasbord at the Pointe in Founders Square
The Pointe at Founders Square, the new mixed-use development on Collier Boulevard and Immokalee Road, is home to eight new restaurants in its commercial center.
The first to open, in December, was the region’s twelfth Stoves location. Founded by Ross and Noreen Edlund in 1995, the chain is a supporter of the Blue Zones diet and offers nearly a dozen approved dishes at most of their locations. Plant-based creations like the Power Salad coexist alongside traditional dishes like Eggs Benedict and Corned Beef Hash.
Scheduled to open in early spring, healthy choices will also be on the menu at Crispy and green, offering sustainable, chef-made salads, cereal bowls and smoothies. Specially designed bowls and salads will be included in the children’s menu. Sources Crisp & Green from local organic suppliers whenever possible.
Araya Sushi Asian Grill is set to open its second Naples location at Founders Square in February. Owned by chef Jon Augsondthung, who also operates Fuji Sushi Bar and Asian Bistro, the menu mixes classic Thai dishes with Japanese sushi and yakitori. The new Founders Square complex will also host South Street City Oven and Grill, Hoagies Slicersthe fourth location of Tacos & Tequila Cantinaand the Boca-Raton based I Heart Mac & Cheese and more. Outback Steakhouse— the resort’s largest restaurant with more than 5,000 square feet of floor space — is also planning a spring opening.