The sweet history of Naples. In 1905 John Scaturchio opened his bakery in the heart of the historic center of Naples. After over one hundred years from the opening of the pastry and forty of the new laboratory, the products are produced in the same space adequately transformed and enriched by new technologies that guarantee a constant quality and respect of traditions learned.
The “True Professor Bar”opened in Naples in December of 1996 with the aim of proposing ‘new’ in the world of coffee. The vast experience in the field was already a family gift that was handed down from father to son for 40 years, and that is why the well-known “Raffaele Ferrieri” continued with love and passion this work combining multiple, traditional Neapolitan innovations. Perseverance, work, courtesy, and quality of products have made artists from around… [Read More]
La Fontelina restaurant is located on the tiny beach at the foot of the Faraglioni, in one of the most beautiful corners of the Island of Capri. For over 50 years the Arcucci and Gargiulos families continue to run the restaurant with the same passion and enthusiasm serving the islands favorite dishes with the freshest of fish and seafood and accompanied by the restaurants famous sangria. Open for lunch from Mid April to October. The rocky… [Read More]
A hidden-gem pizzeria located in San Giorgio a Cremano, just outside Naples.
Chef Gennaro Esposito creates wonderful dishes at this Vico Equense ristorante.
The restaurant Madonnina del Pescatore is situated between the sea and the neverending beach, between green and comfortable hills and closely to cities and towns rich in masterpiece and history; it is setted among the beautiful Marche frame, protected by a devotional little monument still deeply venerated by sea-people and thanks to which its name had been chosen. Mariella guests you to make you taste the extraordinary and original chef-patron ‘s Moreno dishes. Cooking is… [Read More]
In 1870, the Condurro family began what was to become a long tradition of master pizza makers in the center of Naples. Five generations have carried on the work of the founder, Michele Condurro, respecting the tradition and being faithful to his instructions: there are only two types of Neapolitan Pizza, the “Marinara” and the “Margherita”; and no “junk” should be used in making the pizza that could alter its world famous genuineness and taste.
The restaurant is slightly above Piazza Dante in the center of town. Very good.
Da Dora is a hidden gem in Naples, but all locals will know where to find it. It has the reputation of having the best fish in the city.
Da Ciro a Mergellina is appointed by many as the best pizzeria in Naples. It is a chic destination, located at the intersection of two of the best neighborhoods in Naples (Mergellina and Posillipo).