Bring your car and join us for Southwest Florida’s premier Cars and Coffee event: Cars and Coffee 239. This show draws the most diverse group of vehicles around for an informal and friendly gathering. Grab a cup of coffee at Narrative Coffee Roasters and check out the cars. Expect to see around 400 cars on display along with thousands of spectators.
The venue for Cars and Coffee 239 is the Mercato Shops in North Naples at Vanderbilt Beach Road and US-41. Choose from five on-site restaurants offering brunch and sip fresh brew from Narrative Coffee Roasters. Many of the shops and restaurants open early for Cars and Coffee 239. The Pub Naples opens at 9:00 AM and Juicelation opens at 8:00 AM.
The 3rd Sunday every month:
March 17, 2024
April 21, 2024
May 19, 2024
June 16, 2024
July 21, 2024
August 18, 2024
September 15, 2024
October 20, 2024
November 17, 2024
To show your car: please arrive no earlier than 8:30 AM. Our crew of volunteers in safety vests will point you towards available parking. There is no cost to show your car and there is no registration required. Please make a donation to the featured charity; you'll find the collection point on the Mercato event lawn. Spectators, please park in the parking garage near the Vanderbilt Beach Road entrance. Collier County Sheriff's Deputies will be stationed at each entrance to the Mercato Shops.
Please: no revving, no burnouts, no blocking traffic, no leaving cars in the street. No standing in the median on Vanderbilt Beach Road or US-41 after the event. No shenanigans upon departure from the event.
NO COMMERCIAL ACTIVITY.
NO DEALER CARS PERMITTED. NO SIGNS. NO SALES ACTIVITIES.
THIS IS A RELAXED EVENT FOR ENTHUSIASTS AND PRIVATELY OWNED CARS.
DO NOT PUT FLYERS ON CARS OR TRY TO SELL GOODS/SERVICES TO ATTENDEES OR PARTICIPANTS.
Please park in the parking garage and save the outdoor parking for cars that are on display.
Each month, a different musician performs in the Piazza in front of Bravo! Italian Kitchen, under the banyan tree.
CCSO Deputies will be on duty at both entrances to the Mercato, on Vanderbilt Beach Road and at US-41. They will also have two deputies in the traffic circle near Rocco's Tacos with a vehicle on display for the automotive enthusiast community at Cars and Coffee 239.