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Revello for dinner then back to Sorrento? Transport?

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Hi all, I am flying into Naples mid August and will probably stay in or around Sorrento purely as a base, if we went to Amalfi, then up to Revello on a day trip, would we have time for dinner and to enjoy the views and get back to Sorrento in the evening using public transport?
I understand the hydrofoils should be in use in August and would be better than the cramped buses at this time of year but what time do they run until?
I am dying to see the views from Ravello, can you recomend somewhere to eat there with a view?

I know there's a cafe at the gardens at Villa Cimbrone but can you have dinner in the hotel itself if not a resident?
thanks All!

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