Estia Bringing Greek Islands Restaurant to North Naples, Florida

Florida is home to many Greek restaurants and a thriving community, many of the eateries catering to families and fast-casual food but an upscale facility will be coming to North Naples – not until 2023 though.

The restaurant intends to transport diners to a stunning Mediterranean home in the Greek islands, said Gulf Shore Business and will be the first in Florida for the Pashalis family that has three Estia’s in Philadelphia and South New Jersey.

Sister and brother Anastasia and Gus Pashalis are part of the Greek family involved in the Naples expansion. Her brother and she are second generation Greek-Americans, her parents and uncle immigrating to the United States in the 1970s.

She said the area needed a Greek restaurant like theirs. “We also have a lot of customers from our current restaurants that have vacation homes in Naples. They would always ask us, ‘when are you going to open in Florida?’ Well, the time has finally come!”

She said, “the décor and food will make you feel like you are at a Greek island … we will offer whole fish simply grilled along with lamb.”


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