Editors note: This list was created Oct. 2 and updated Oct. 21.
Third Street South
Campiello re-opens Oct. 21. Through Oct. 23 hours run 5-8:30 p.m. From Oct. 24 onward, hours are extended from 11:30 a.m.–8:30 p.m.
KC American Bistro and The Local are open starting Oct. 3.
Naples slowly re-opened when power was restored. Off Immokalee Road, Pizzatta Pizzeria & Apertivo re-opened Sept. 30 to a brisk lunch business.
Closer to U.S. 41 at Riverchase Plaza, three restaurants were open for lunch: Firehouse Subs, China Wok and New York Pizza & Pasta.
Two Fillets is also open.
Mercato restaurants open after Hurricane Ian
At Mercato, Vincenzo Betulia opened Bar Tulia Sept. 30 for lunch. Lunch and dinner service was to resume Oct. 1 as it does for down the street neighbors Angelic Desserts and Bakery and The Cave Bistro & Wine Bar at Galleria Shoppes.
Also open as of Sunday: AZN Azian Cuizine, Bravo!, Burntwood Tavern, The Hamtpton Social, Kilwins, The Pub, Rocco's Tacos and Tequila Bar.
Fifth Avenue South restaurants reopening after the storm
Several of Fifth Avenue South's prestigious restaurants also opened. Sept. 30 welcomed the re-openings of Bice, The French, Molto, Ocean Prime, Tulia and Bar Tulia, L'Olivio and Roma.
Neighboring Del Mar, Vergina, Aqua, La Pescheria, Thai Sushi by K.J., Gelato & Co re-opened Oct. 1.
Across the street on the odd-numbered 300 block, neither The French nor Sails could open until Oct. 4 as their side of the street had no power for their kitchens.
Sails' owner Corinne Ryan said the restaurant had to throw away its food. She has yet to see an FPL truck. Following the restaurant's clean-up efforts, her staff is ready to work but she isn't optimistic about Sunday food deliveries.
Although Ryan canceled guests' reservations for Saturday dinner and Sunday brunch, power was restored Oct. 3.
Both Sails and The French open Oct. 4.
Fifth Avenue Coffee expects to reopen on Oct. 2 as does Jimmy P's Charred in Bonita Springs.
On Third Street South, The Bevy first opened on Oct. 1 then lost power. It re-opened with a limited menu Oct. 3.
Yabba Island Grill re-opened Oct. 5
Other Naples restaurants that have opened, and more information
The Claw Bar at Bellasera is open.
Hogfish Harry's and Hooters on Gateway Lane is open.
Le Indya on Pine Ridge is open for dining in and takeout.
Uncle Julio's near Coastland Center is open with limited hours.
Miller's Ale House, full menu.
Shula's at Hilton Naples is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
BRK Pizza near Costco is open as of Oct. 2.
Also in North Naples, Parmesan Pete's at 7935 Airport-Pulling Road has reopened. The restaurant is open for lunch 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday-Friday and for dinner 4:30 p.m.-close Monday through Saturday. ParmesanPetes.com
When heading out, be sure to bring cash as many including Lamoraga and Zinos, cannot accept credit card payments.
Open in East Naples: 21 Spices; Bistro la Baguette, Carole's House, Celebration Park, LowBrow Pizza, Three60 Market; Sam Sneads at Lely Resort is open for lunch and dinner; Twisted Sheep Pizzeria (try the French onion mac and cheese or kung pao meatballs); Naples Pizza of SW FLA in Berkshire Commons Plaza.
Open: CJ's on the Bay has limited hours; Deep Sea Lagoon at The Esplanade; Island Chicken; Italian Deli; IslaMarotta and Red Rooster for breakfast and lunch; MichaelBob's; NachoMama's; La Tavola.
As of Oct. 4, Cocomo's Grille, Marco Prime, Sand Bar and The Speakeasy are open.
Chops City Grill opened Oct. 5.
Iguana Mia with a limited menu.
Marco‘s Pizza at 24851 S. Tamiami Trail in Bonita Springs is open 11 a.m.-10 p.m.
Old 41 is open; cash only.
Domino's on Old 41 is open.
Roy's is open for dinner.
Trackside Donuts at 28001 Old 41 Road is open until they sell out
This story is continuously updated. If you're a Collier County restaurant owner and your business is open, contact email@example.com.
This article originally appeared on Naples Daily News: Naples, Bonita restaurants reopen after Hurricane Ian - here's a list