Napoli Bike Fes­ti­val

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An event that fo­cuses on pro­mot­ing cy­cling. Three days ded­i­cated to bi­cy­cles with con­certs, per­for­mances, cy­cling routes, ex­hi­bi­tions, lessons on main­te­nance, work­shops on cy­cling me­chan­ics for young­sters, Bike Polo, Pump Track and ac­ro­batic bik­ing per­for­mances. The name of the Fes­ti­val, cur­rently in its fourth con­sec­u­tive year, is ‘ Tutta n’ata sto­ria’ in hon­our of blues­man Pino Daniele. 5- 7 June. >> www. napoli­bike­fes­ti­val. it Mos­tra d’Ol­tremare. Via John Fitzger­ald Kennedy, 54, Naples. T: 0817258000 so­ci­ety. Pi­azza dei Mar­tiri, 26. T: 0817644243 www. grancaf­fela­caf­fet­tiera. com IL BARETTO – A land­mark venue sit­u­ated in one of the city’s most scenic ar­eas, stand­outs in­clude its iconic “scherzetto” cock­tail, made with rum, pear juice and straw­berry syrup poured into two glasses, one in­side the other, to be drunk like a shot, i. e. all at once and its Acai spe­cial, a fruit pulp sor­bet, pow­dered guaranà, royal jelly, ice and gin­seng. Via Aniello Fal­cone, 300 b/ c. T: 0815603200 IL FICO – This dis­cotheque is set within a splen­did 19th cen­tury villa. Com­plete with in­side rooms, wel­com­ing pri­vate ar­eas and a large ter­race with a view over the Gulf of Naples, it is the per­fect place to cel­e­brate at all times of the yea. Via Tasso, 466. T: 081640146 www. dis­cote­cail­fico. it IN­TRA MOENIA - Founded in 1989 next to the GreekRo­man walls of pi­azza Bellini, from which the venue takes its name, i. e. in­tra moenia or “in­side the walls”. A stylish, el­e­gant venue of­fer­ing food and wine, In­tra Moenia also hosts ex­hi­bi­tions, lit­er­ary events, con­certs and po­etry read­ings. Pi­azza Bellini, 70. T: 081451652 LA GARÇONNE - The per­fect place to spend an evening in the com­pany of friends ei­ther savour­ing the su­perb cui­sine pre­pared by its chef or en­joy­ing an af­ter- din­ner drink an­i­mated by live or disco mu­sic. Vico S. Maria a Cap­pella Vec­chia, 10. T: 0817643826 www. la­gar­conne. it LA MELA - One of the old­est night club in Naples, it has been go­ing strong for the past 30 years. A favourite with the Neapolitan elite, peo­ple come here not only to dance but also to see fash­ion shows or book pre­sen­ta­tions. Via dei Mille, 40bis. T: 081410270 www. lamela­club. it LA SCIMMIA – Syn­ony­mous with high- qual­ity ice cream since 1933, in ad­di­tion to its myr­iad flavours, other must- trys in­clude its frothy desserts and tra­di­tional mini ice creams. Also serves gluten- free prod­ucts for celi­acs. Pi­azza Car­ità, 4; pi­azzetta Nilo, 4. T: 0815520272 www. gela­te­ri­adel­lascim­mia. it LA TASCA - A cosy, in­ti­mate wine bar where you can lis­ten to soft, piped mu­sic. Also has a few out­door ta­bles and an In­ter­net point. Vico Belle­donne a Chi­aia, 6. T: 08119362635 LAZZARELLA – A land­mark venue of the Neapolitan “movida”. Open un­til late at night, it serves break­fast, snacks, lunch and a fine aperitivo spread in the evening from around 7pm. Calata Trinità Mag­giore, 7/ 8. T: 0815510005 L’EBBREZZA DI NOÈ – A brasserie- wine bar combo. Only has a few ta­bles but more than 1,200 fab bot­tles. Bet­ter known for its reds than its whites. Vico Vetri­era, 9. T: 081400104 www. leb­brez­zadi­noe. com LE CIRQUE NAPLES – The first cafè- chan­tant in Italy has just launched in the spa­ces of the foyer of the iconic Salone Margherita. Le Cirque is a cof­fee bar, a theatre, an art gallery and an en­ter­tain­ment venue. It also fea­tures a bistrot restau­rant. Via Santa Brigida, 65. T: 0815511756 www. lecirque­naples. com LEONE – A Lib­erty- style venue boasting a white and pas­tel green colour scheme. Its walls are adorned with old pho­to­graphs. Its pas­try chefs start work­ing at 4am to turn out their de­lec­ta­ble cre­ations. Leone ex­udes an aura of old- world charm and is renowned for its au­then­tic, sim­ple in­gre­di­ents. Riviera di Chi­aia, 61. T: 081681542 LEOPOLDO - One of the most pres­ti­gious brands

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