Naples Restaurants

Let's be honest: you really want a traditional Neapolitan dinner against the backdrop of Vesuvius with a great show of Neapolitan love songs to get you crying into your limoncello liqueur. There's no reason to feel guilty, because even the natives love to get into the spirit. But listening to someone warble "Santa Lucia" while feasting on a pizza Margherita from a table overlooking the bay is just one example of the many pleasures awaiting diners in Naples.

As the birthplace of pizza, Naples prides itself on its vast selection of pizzerias, the most famous of which—Da Michele (where Julia Roberts filmed her pizza scene in Eat Pray Love) or Sorbillo—deserve the designation of "incomparable." Many Neapolitans make lunch their big meal of the day, and then have a pizza for supper.

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  • 1. Di Matteo

    $ | Centro Storico | Pizza

    Every pizzeria along Via dei Tribunali is worth the long wait—and trust us, all the good ones will be jam-packed—but just one can claim to have...Read More

  • 2. Pescheria Mattiucci

    $ | Chiaia | Italian

    In the evening, this fourth-generation fish shop becomes a trendy spot to enjoy an aperitif and a light meal. If you want to experience superb...Read More

  • 3. Ambrosino

    $ | Vomero | Italian

    At Ambrosino, ideal for a quick snack, you can take your pick of the pizzas and pasta dishes, or ask the owners to whip up a panino made from...Read More

  • 4. Attanasio

    $ | Piazza Garibaldi | Italian

    For a hot-out-of-the-oven sfogliatella, Naples' tasty ricotta-filled pastry, try the justifiably famous Attanasio. You can grab one as soon...Read More

  • 5. Friggitoria Vomero

    $ | Vomero | Italian

    Since 1938, this place has been popular with kids (and decidedly not with health-conscious adults) thanks to its greasy brown-paper bags filled...Read More

  • 6. Gran Caffè Cimmino

    $ | Chiaia | Italian

    Connoisseurs often say the most refined pastries in town can be found at Gran Caffè Cimmino. Many of the city's lawyers congregate here, to...Read More

  • 7. Gran Caffè Gambrinus

    $ | Toledo | Café

    The most famous coffeehouse in town, founded in 1850, sits across from the Palazzo Reale. Although its glory days as an intellectual salon are...Read More

  • 8. Gran Caffè La Caffettieria

    $ | Chiaia | Italian

    A classic address in the chic Chiaia district, in the summer months this bar sells their famous coffee-flavored chocolates in the shape of tiny...Read More

  • 9. L'Ebbrezza di Noè

    $ | Chiaia | Italian

    A simple enoteca by day, L'Ebbrezza has a dining area in the back that fills up in the evening. Owner Luca's enthusiasm for what he does is...Read More

  • 10. L.u.i.s.e.

    $ | Toledo | Italian

    At this perfect place for a lunchtime snack, you point to what you want in the tempting glass counter, and pay for it at the cash desk. Among...Read More

  • 11. La Focaccia

    $ | Chiaia | Italian

    While flat, pan-cooked focaccia can make some pizza fundamentalists wince, this place makes mouthwatering slices of the crunchy-bottomed snacks...Read More

  • 12. La Torteria

    $ | Chiaia | Italian

    This café is beloved not only for its excellent coffee but also for its beautiful cakes—concoctions of cream, chocolate, and fruit whose swirls...Read More

  • 13. Pintauro

    $ | Toledo | Italian

    The classic address for sfogliatelle is Pintauro, which rarely disappoints. Try one of these fresh from the back-room oven. ...Read More

  • 14. Pizzeria Giuliano

    $ | Centro Storico | Pizza

    A favorite haunt of students from the adjacent school of architecture, Giuliano has an old-style glass cabinet where the arancini are kept...Read More

  • 15. Scaturchio

    $ | Centro Storico | Café

    This is the quintessential Neapolitan pastry shop. Although the coffee is top-of-the-line and the ice cream and pastries are quite good—including...Read More

  • 16. Vaco 'e Press

    $ | Centro Storico | Italian

    This is the perfect place to stop before or after your visit to the Museo Archeologico, a five-minute walk away. The busy eatery is close to...Read More

  • 17. Moccia

    $ | Chiaia | Italian

    Another candidate for the finest pasticceria in the city, Moccia has great babàs—decorated, should you wish, with whipped cream and wild strawberries...Read More

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