Overlooking rows of olive trees that seem to run into the sea, this eatery is away from the throng, halfway between Sant'Agata and Massa Lubrense. Two huge, beamed dining rooms with brick archways, old chandeliers, antique mirrored sideboards, hundreds of mounted plates, and tangerine tablecloths make for quite a sight. Specialties at this fourth-generation establishment include baccalà (cod) in olive oil with a sweet-and-sour vegetable dish in pear sauce, or swordfish
rolls. The towering dessert trolley is full of goodies, and you can taste as many as you like.