Naples, IT-NA 80123 Italy 081.575.1165 http://www.trattoriadacicciotto.it/
One of the city’s best fish restaurants built into a Posillipo cave. It’s a port joint all the way, founded in 1942 by Vincenzo Capuano (Don Vincenzo to you) for the crews of fishing boats and their families, as well as the malavita that ran the docks. The food advertises itself: carpaccios of every imaginable kinds: shrimp, prawns, mussels, assorted raw fish. Lobster linguini (aragosta) is a good prelude to grilled <>calamari. The straw chairs you see in summer aren’t seasonal: They’re year-round. Best to come here in summer, where you can look at Vesuvius and toward Capri from the outside tables. Wash your seafood down with Falanghina. The restaurant offers a free boat shuttle service. Call 338.380.9375.
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