Capri, IT-NA 80073 Italy 081.837.0845
Seafood by the sea and under a limestone cliff at this lunch-only Faraglioni staple, which exists to be exotic. Unless you own a yacht (and some folk here do), take a boat from Marina Tragara (the grand entrance) or wind your way down after strolling beyond the dead-end of Punta Tragara. The fish fare is fair enough (bream-like pezzogna, octopus, tiny clams prawns), but the sliver of rocks and beach tends to pack up excessively in summer. If seafood isn’t your speed, try polpette di melanzane. There’s also a buffet and sangria. Best months are May, early June and September, just before the Capri summer onslaught, and lunch-time heat that can make you want to be anyplace but on a “beach.” Expect to pay at least €60 a head. Closed October through Easter. Again, lunch only!
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