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

    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...Read More

  • 2. 'O Tabaccaro

    $ | Santa Lucia

    If you're trying to keep to a budget but want to enjoy a seafood feast alongside the yachts of the Borgo Marinaro harbor, head to...Read More

  • 3. 7 Soldi

    $ | Toledo

    Just off Via Toledo, this simple restaurant with outside tables in summer serves good pizza and other southern Italian favorites. Try the gamberoni alla Posillipo...Read More

  • 4. Acunzo

    $ | Vomero

    If you see a line of hungry-looking patrons near the top station of the Chiaia Funicular, you'll know you are close to Pizzeria Acunzo. To...Read More

  • 5. Ambrosino

    $ | Vomero

    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...Read More

  • 6. Amico Bio - Sorriso Integrale

    $ | Centro Storico

    A vegetarian's paradise in a leafy courtyard, the menu here changes with every meal, depending on the season's produce. All ingredients are organic, as are...Read More

  • 7. Attanasio

    $ | Piazza Garibaldi

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

  • 8. Brandi

    $ | Toledo

    Considered the birthplace of pizza Margherita, it's also one of the most picturesque restaurants in Italy. Set on a cobblestone alleyway just off chic Via...Read More

  • 9. Caffè Megaride

    $ | Santa Lucia

    Located in the shadow of Castel dell'Ovo, Caffè Megaride is a romantic outdoor setting for a snack and a coffee or aperitif. Take a break...Read More

  • 10. Ciro Oliva Concettina ai Tre Santi

    $ | Sanità

    In the 1954 film L'Oro di Napoli Sofia Loren sold fried pizza from a basso (a street-level room), something Concettina Flessigno Oliva had already been...Read More

  • 11. Da Michele

    $ | Piazza Garibaldi

    You may recognize Da Michele from the movie Eat Pray Love, but for more than 140 years before Julia Roberts arrived, this place was a...Read More

  • 12. Friggitoria Vomero

    $ | Vomero

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

  • 13. Gino Sorbillo

    $ | Centro Storico

    There are a few restaurants called Sorbillo along Via dei Tribunali; this is the one with the crowds waiting outside and is world-renowned. Order the...Read More

  • 14. Gino Sorbillo Lievito Madre al Mare

    $ | Santa Lucia

    For excellent pizza and a spectacular view, head to this hip little pie palace on the seaside promenade, on the corner of a street that...Read More

  • 15. Gran Caffè Cimmino

    $ | Chiaia

    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 celebrate...Read More

  • 16. 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

  • 17. Gran Caffè La Caffettieria

    $ | Chiaia

    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 coffeepots....Read More

  • 18. L'Ebbrezza di Noè

    $ | Chiaia

    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...Read More

  • 19. L.u.i.s.e.

    $ | Toledo

    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...Read More

  • 20. La Campagnola

    $ | Centro Storico

    This well-known trattoria–wine shop sees everyone from foodies to students and professors from the nearby university. The menu on the wall's blackboard changes daily, but...Read More

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