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. Pescheria Mattiucci

    $$ | Chiaia

    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

  • 2. Trattoria da Cicciotto

    $$ | Posillipo

    Chic and charming Da Cicciotto corrals more than a few members of the city's fashionable set—if you dine here, there's a fair chance you'll find...Read More

  • 3. Umberto

    $$ | Chiaia

    Run by the Di Porzio family since 1916, Umberto is one of the city's classic restaurants, combining the classiness of its neighborhood, Chiaia, and the...Read More

  • 4. 'A Fenestella

    $$ | Posillipo

    This restaurant is perched overlooking a beach in Posillipo near the end of a long winding side road, and has long capitalized on its location....Read More

  • 5. 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

  • 6. Ciro a Santa Brigida

    $$ | Toledo

    Just off Via Toledo, Ciro has been an obligatory entry on any list of the best of Neapolitan cooking (as opposed to cuisine) since 1930,...Read More

  • 7. Il Transatlantico

    $$ | Santa Lucia

    Within the picturesque Borgo Marinaro harbor, in the shadow of Castel dell'Ovo, it's as if you're eating aboard a transatlantic cruise ship. With the Bay...Read More

  • 8. L'Altro Coco Loco

    $$ | Chiaia

    This stylish place took the Naples dining scene by storm a few years back, and it remains popular thanks to the innovative cuisine of master...Read More

  • 9. La Stanza del Gusto

    $$ | Centro Storico

    This restaurant's name translates roughly to "room of taste," but the tastes here are many and extend from the traditional to the gourmet and ultramodern....Read More

  • 10. La Taverna dell'Arte

    $$ | Port

    As its name suggests, this gracious trattoria atop a flight of steps on a small side street near Naples's main university is popular with actors,...Read More

  • 11. Locanda del Cerriglio

    $$ | Centro Storico

    The city's most historic eatery is said to have first opened in the 13th century, and the story goes that Caravaggio was brutally attacked here...Read More

  • 12. Mimì alla Ferrovia

    $$ | Piazza Garibaldi

    Patrons of this Neapolitan institution have included the filmmaker Federico Fellini and that truly Neapolitan comic genius and self-styled aristocrat, Totò. It's in a fairly...Read More

  • 13. Trattoria dell'Oca

    $$ | Chiaia

    The bright, clean, and simple decor reflects this place's lighter take on traditionally heavy Neapolitan food. The soupy pasta e piselli (with peas) is a...Read More

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