Though often frequented by celebrities—whose photographs adorn the walls inside and out—this restaurant offers courtesy and simpatia irrespective of your star status. The oldest restaurant on the island, now in its third generation, it has a sleekly minimalist interior, but if you want to see and be seen, book a table outside on one of Capri's chicest thoroughfares. The cognoscenti start by sharing a pizza all'Acqua: thin, with mozzarella and a sprinkling
of peperoncino (chili). Also try the Gnocchetti al Pesto con Fagiolini Croccanti e Pinoli (dumplings with pesto, beans and pine nuts)—but leave room for the homemade sweets. Often open until 2 a.m., the newly opened Aurora Bar across the way serves aperitivi and light meals.