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    Tears of Christ

    by CliffClaven Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Legend tells that as Lucifer was cast out of Heaven he grabbed a piece of it, which then fell to earth around Vesuvius. When the Lord realised that a piece of Heaven was missing, he shed tears which fell on the slopes of the volcano and produced the world's first vines. Lachryma Cristi (Tears of Christ), the wine produced on the lower slopes, is an excellent accompaniment to robust Italian cooking.

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    The most naturally Neapolitan...

    by fga Written Aug 24, 2002

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    The most naturally Neapolitan dishes are vermicelli with clams, mussels, smaller shellfish, ziti (a type of pasta) with ragù (meat sauce), Italian style fritters, fritters of squid and mullet, steamed polyps, oven-baked kid (lamb), eggplant Parmesan, and buffalo mozzarella.
    Without question, pizza is the symbol of Naples. Naples is known worldwide for this genuine and economical dish. However, in Naples the pizza is different and no one can equal the Parthenopeaen pizza-makers. Whether because of the delicious odor in the air, in the oil, in the flavor of the water, or for the simplicity with which it is made, it is certain that in Naples 'pizza' has a special flavor.
    Naples is also famous for sweets that change with the seasons: struffoli (cookies with Strega liqueur, honey, and candied sprinkles), pastiere (cakes made with ricotta, coarse flour, candied fruits, and orange syrup), zeppole (cookies made from black cherry liqueur, fried or cooked in the oven, for St. Joseph’s Day), cassate (cakes made from ricotta cheese, almond paste, and pieces of chocolate), monachine (in English, 'little monks'), sfogliate rich with cream and layered high, frolle (sweet crumbly pastry made from flour, egg, butter and sugar), babà (made with light flour), eggs, and yeast and bathed in rum punch), millefoglie (layers of sweet cream and thin pastry shell), mimose (Angel Food cake, known in Italian as pasta di spagna, with cream).
    These delicious sweets are always accompanied by coffee or flavored liqueurs (rosolio, limoncello, nocillo - the latter walnut-flavored)

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    La Brace: La Brace

    by ellenron Written Aug 24, 2002

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    This is a very cheap & friendly restaurant with great italian atmosphere. The croud is mostly local. If there is a football match on TV you can go and watch it there and enjoy watching the croud. I was there during an Italy-England game, and there was an English toursit there who cheered his own team, and everyone were glad for him when the match ended in a draw which was good for England but bad for Italy.

    Favorite Dish: Pizza. They bake the pizzas in the place. Also try the Calzonne. The pasta is also good at this place, but pizzas & calzonnes are their speciality

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    Mama Rosa's, a small pizza...

    by vonmilla Updated Aug 24, 2002

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    Mama Rosa's, a small pizza restaurant near Pinetamarie, about 30 miles north of Naples.
    Very friendly owner, whose Enlish is good and whose cooking is better. Low prices (dinner for 4 about $70 US).

    Favorite Dish: Spaghetti with fresh clams and mussels. Also, homemade prosciutto.

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    Gambrinus: Cafe and Pastry at Gambrinus Near the Plebiscito

    by hquittner Written Jan 30, 2014
    Gambrinus

    The finest coffee shop (gran caffe) in Naplesis named Gambrinus and is located just beyond the Galleria and theSan Carlo Opera in Piazza Trieste e Trentequite expensive).

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    Trattoria Medina: Pizza...what else!

    by rsleisk Updated May 31, 2007

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    Margherita
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    Fast and friendly service. I sat outside one day and inside on another occasion, but I preferred the outside. I liked the Marghertia, Peperoni, Napoli pizzas, it is all good.

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    Antica Cantina di Sica: Napolitan Dining

    by Jeannkelly Written Jan 27, 2006

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    Favorite Dish: Spaghetti alla vongole is something typical in Italy so better check it out in any restaurant (that serves sea foods) and you'll never go wrong.

    Rombo in l'aqua pazza was also good.

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    bar Santurchio: Rhum Babba'

    by xaver Updated Dec 19, 2005

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    Babb��

    Rhum Babba' is another Naple typical food, you will find the best one in Scaturchio bar.
    You can find big babbas and small ones, the ones I love more are definitly the small ones.

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    Gran Caffè Gambrinus: Gran Caffè Gambrinus

    by myriam_c Written Oct 3, 2005

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    In Napoli you simply must visit the famous Gran Caffè Gambrinus, be it only for a lovely cappuccino. It's the oldest café in Naples dating back to 1860.

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    Cafe Scarlatti: Good Gelato and Pastries on Vomero Hill

    by yooperprof Written May 31, 2005

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    also outside tables

    A good place for refreshment when you are strolling around Vomero Hill, Cafe Scarlatti has coffee, light sandwiches, and a typical array of sweets.

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    Art Café: Quiet café

    by Polly74 Written Feb 8, 2005

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    This is a small cafè with a small theatre annexed where from time to time people can assist at cabaret shows.

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    Scaturchio: Sfogliatelle....yuhmmmm

    by Polly74 Written Feb 7, 2005

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    This is one of the most ancient coffehouse and pastry shop in the centre of Naples, and also one of the most famous.

    Favorite Dish: Sfogliatelle and babà here are simply delicious.....you have to try!

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    Opera: Good for pizza and spaghetti

    by Polly74 Written Feb 7, 2005

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    The place is nothing special, but the food is very good and prices are acceptable (especially wine)

    Favorite Dish: Pizza margherita is very good and spaghetti with tomato sauce worth a taste!

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  • Trianon: Fantastic Pizza

    by Pmiller Written Mar 26, 2003

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    Great, bustling atmosphere and excellent fresh tasting pizzas.

    Favorite Dish: Margherita made with DOC Buffalo Mozzarella.

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    Le Due Perle: Le Due Perle

    by sargentjeff Written Oct 17, 2002

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    Located close to the Hotel Delle Terme in Agnano, this restaurant is in a quiet location off any main roads. You can eat outside underneath a covered balcony.

    Favorite Dish: Great pastas and Napolitan food

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