Pizza & Co.
Naples: everything from must-try pizzerias to homey trattorias, from fish shops cooking on site to the gourmet strongholds of Neapolitan cuisine, plus some of the new and notable additions to the local restaurant scene.
La Cantinella: A pillar of authentic Neapolitan dining, on the sea front, a breathtaking view of the Vesuvius, (via Cuma, 42)
Palazzo Petrucci: It gives onto one of Naples’ most beautiful piazzas and offers innovative twists on local cuisine. (piazza San Domenico Maggiore, 4)
La Mattonella: A picturesque atmosphere, the place where you have no choice but to wipe your Genoese-style ziti plate clean with the homemade bread. (via Giovanni Nicotera, 13)
Antichi Sapori: Located in the Santa Lucia area, a temple of Neapolitan gastronomy. (via Santa Lucia, 16)
Starita: Wine shop and restaurant since 1901, pizzeria and fried-food shop since 1941. (via Materdei, 27/28)
La Notizia: Beautifully made pizza, with the perfectly-risen dough submitting gently to pressure and a crisp crust (via Michelangelo da Caravaggio, 53)
Ristorante Europeo Mattozzi: Since 1852, paccheri with mussels and pizza-style salt cold. (via Marchese Campodisola, 4)
Baccalaria: The home of salt cod, located downtown Naples but off the beaten path, with history behind it. (piazzetta di Porto, 4)
La Cantina di Via Sapienza: The best eggplant Parmigiana you can wish for in this 100-year-old restaurant. (via Sapienza, 40)
Vini e Cucina: The best anchovies in Naples since 1913. (via Piedigrotta, 56)
Pescheria Mattiucci: Only fresh and hook-caught fish brought in every day by the family-owned boats. (vico Belledonne, 27)