A PREMIUM EXPERIENCE
AT THE VILLAGE
Sukie’s Wine Shop opened in 2014 in the Village Shops on Venetian Bay, to deliver to our customers a premium boutique shopping experience, complementing the ambiance of “The Village,” as the locals tend to call this open-air, luxury shopping and dining destination, and our own Bayside Seafood Grill & Bar, co-located with Sukie’s.
Find an interesting and regularly evolving selection of wines to meet your taste and your budget. Our expert staff are on-site daily to guide your purchase. You’ll see many labels and names you recognize, as well as small-production and limited allocation wines you may only have access to through Sukie Honeycutt’s longstanding industry connections.
AVAILABLE PRIVATE DINING ROOM
Our beautiful shop, which you’ll find just adjacent to Bayside Seafood Grill & Bar’s main entrance, also houses our Vintner’s Room. This private dining room features an elegant table with seating for up to 16 guests. Dine as though you’re in the heart of Napa Valley or a chateau in France, surrounded by wine and artwork. The Vintner’s Room is available for private booking for your event.
To fully enjoy a day spent soaking up the best of Naples and The Village’s welcoming setting, table seating and a sophisticated marble bar await you just outside our doors. Order directly from Bayside’s full food and drink menu, whether for a quick respite while on a retail journey, or to more leisurely embrace Southwest Florida’s Paradise Coast. For your special event or occasion, and dinner in the Vintner’s Room, this covered terrace is the perfect spot to gather.
A MOST VALUABLE RESOURCE
Sukie Honeycutt’s name is known and respected throughout the wine world, and through her decades-long career she has rightly earned her reputation as a true expert. She has a talent for sourcing wines, as well as advising on customers’ purchases and cellar collections. With business partner Tony Ridgway, she co-owns Sukie’s Wine Shop and Bayside Seafood Grill & Bar, and Tony’s Off Third and Ridgway Bar & Grill in Old Naples off Third Street South.