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Lo Guarracino

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Lo Guarracino Review

In a supremely romantic setting, this partly arbor-covered, poised-on-a-cleft aerie is about the most idyllic place to enjoy lemon pasta and a glass of vino as you watch the yachts come and go. Set a few steps above Positano's prettiest seaside path, the terrace vista takes in the cliffs, the sea, Li Galli islands, Spiaggia del Fornillo, and Torre Clavel. The super-charming backroom arbor, beneath thick, twining vines, where tables are covered in cloths that match the tint of the bay, is the place to sit. Fine fish specialties are top delights on the menu. The day's catch is often cooked, with potatoes, in the wood-fired pizza oven, which gives it a distinct flavor.

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  • Closed Jan.–Mar.
Updated: 12-12-2013

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    Lo Guarracino Review

    My family of 9 and I spent 6 nights in Positano and this was one of our favorite places. The food with inexpensive and great! Authentic italian cuisine and the staff was very friendly and helpful. House wine also great!

    by Parisgirlnow, 6/28/11
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    Amazing Local fare in this hideaway

    Raised above the coast offering incredible views, the food speaks for itself. Must start off with the brick oven foccacia, then, the fresh pasta of the day topped off with their chilled glass of Limoncello. Service is simply amazing - gotta love the locals! Perfect location for a sunset dinner every night or a few cocktails!

    by ggmia99, 5/28/08
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    Views to die for!!!

    Talk about idyllic--a picture I saw of the place before my husband and I went to Italy 7 years ago sealed my desire to head to Positano. No other restaurants in the coast--even the super lux ones-- compared to the romantic setting and moderate prices. I can still remember walking the pathway and just around the bend, lay my eyes to the place. Sigh. By the way, even locals don't know about the place. So it will be just like your own little discovery.

    by fpiesiec, 2/16/08

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