My wife and I stayed at a motel off of the Papermill Road exit from I 75 and took advantage of being within a mile of the Naples to have dinner there. We had eaten there together and separately in the 1990s when we lived in Tennessee and had business in Knoxville so expected a good meal. We were not disappointed. The Naples was always busy and is a favorite of locals. It is a dark as part of the atmosphere and the building is old which can lead to the mistaken impression that it is dirty. It's not. The service was very good. We were seated immediately upon arrival (Note that we ate there on a Tuesday and although they were busy there were empty tables. Business picks up later in the week.). The server quickly took our drink orders and was efficient and attendant throughout the meal. My wife order the stuffed cannelloni special. The cannelloni was stuffed with a beef and horseradish preparation covered with an ample amount of red sauce. She found it tasty, but you would have to have a taste for horseradish to really enjoy it as there was more than a hint of this ingredient. The Naples serves specials that you won't find at a chain Italian restaurant and the calamari entrée which I ordered was one. Large slices of calamari were sautéed, seasoned with basil and other Italian herbs and served with a nice white sauce over angel hair pasta. Clearly you have to fancy calamari to order this dish. I do and enjoyed it a great deal. The calamari was firm, but tender and wonderfully seasoned. The dinner came with a nice loaf of fresh bread and a choice of one side. We chose fresh broccoli. It had good flavor, but was slightly undercooked for my taste. I found the prices reasonable and competitive with other Italian restaurants. If you are staying in the area and want to eat at a local Italian restaurant instead of a predictable change do what many of the Volunteer faithful do and visit the Naples Italian Restaurant.