PIZZA

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50 KALÒ – Its name stems from the com­bi­na­tion of 50, which in the Ca­bala stands for bread, and the Greek word Kalò, which means beau­ti­ful. Su­perla­tive pizza made by Ciro Salvo. Pi­azzetta San­naz­zaro, 201/b. T: 08119204667 www.50kalò.it AL 22 – In a pic­toresque street of Naples, in a cor­ner of the city made of sounds and col­ors, in a film of Totò and Ed­uardo De Filippo, you meet the pizzeria “Al 22”, which ti­tled the name of the restau­rant with the num­ber of his ad­dress. Via Pig­nasecca, 22, Naples. T: 0815522726 www.pizze­ri­aal22.it ANTICA PIZZERIA PORT’ALBA – Esta­bil­ished in 1738 and lo­cated un­der the arch wich from Pi­azza Dante bring to via Costanti­nop­oli, Port’Alba was a meet­ing place for artists and writ­ers. A char­ac­ter­is­tic place to en­joy the Neapoli­tan pizza with the fan­tasy and the qual­ity of Gen­naro Lu­ciano. Via Por­talba, 18, Naples. T: 081459713 www.an­t­i­capizze­ri­aris­toran­tepor­talba.com AN­TO­NIO&AN­TO­NIO – Restau­rant cum pizzeria. Din­ers can choose from among more than 40 types of pizza baked in a tra­di­tional wood-burn­ing oven. Via Partenope, 26. T: 0812451987 www. an­to­nioean­to­nio.net BRANDI – An icon of au­then­tic Neapoli­tan pizza since1780. This was where the pizza Margherita was in­vented in 1889, so-called in hon­our of the Queen of Italy who tasted it here. Salita Sant’Anna di Palazzo, 2. T: 081416928 www.brandi.it CA­PASSO – Antica Pizzeria Ca­passo founded in Porta San Gen­naro, in the heart of via Fo­ria is man­aged by the grand­fa­ther Vin­cenzo de­scend­ing Donna Adele, who of­fers with his kin to the pub­lic True Neapoli­tan pizza ac­cord­ing to the tra­di­tion of a great fam­ily. Via Porta San Gen­naro, 2/3, Naples. T: 081456421 DA AT­TILIO – The restau­rant is based on Neapoli­tan tra­di­tional cui­sine. Ev­ery­body is wel­comed with kind­ness. One of the best piz­zas is the Carnevale, de­signed like a star and the border stuffed with ri­cotta, don’t for­get to ask and taste the de­li­cious Bacetti or the big cro­quette. Via Pig­nasecca, 17. T: 0815520479 DA MICHELE – Founded in 1930, this restau­rant is so tra­di­tional that it only serves pizza mari­nara and pizza Margherita. Via Ce­sare Ser­sale, 1/3. T: 0815539204 DI MAT­TEO – Famed, above all, for its fried pizza but not only. Also serves an ar­ray of other de­lec­ta­ble fried of­fer­ings. Via dei Tri­bunali, 94. T: 081455262 www.pizze­ri­adi­mat­teo.it FRESCO – A mod­ern take on tra­di­tional trat­to­rie. Din­ers will de­light in its tra­di­tional flat­ware and espresso served in a glass. Via Partenope, 8. T: 0816582823 GINO SORBILLO – An en­tire fam­ily of pizza chefs (21 brothers com­mit­ted to the art of pizza-mak­ing. An in­sti­tu­tion since the 1930s. Via dei Tri­bunali, 32. T: 081446643 www.sorbillo.it GORIZIA – Lo­cated in the heart of Vomero, it was founded in 1916 by Sal­va­tore Grasso. To­day the fam­ily Grasso keep up the name Gorizia, with great en­thu­si­asm and pas­sion, con­tin­u­ing to of­fer a high qual­ity Neapoli­tan pizza ac­cord­ing to the tra­di­tion. Via Gian Lorenzo Bernini, 29, Naples. T: 0815782248 www.go­rizia1916.com GUSTO&GUSTO – “L’an­golo del gusto” an off­shoot of the An­to­nio&An­to­nio chain. Via Partenope, 31-33. T: 0812452662 www.gus­toe­gusto.it LA FIGLIA DEL PRESIDENTE – Ar­ti­sanal Neapoli­tan pizza based on time-hon­oured fam­ily tra­di­tion, Maria Ca­cialli con­tin­ues to up­hold the name of one of the best-known pizza chefs in Naples. Via del Grande Archivio, 23/24. T: 081286738 www. lafigli­adel­pres­i­dente.it LA MASARDONA – The pizzeria helmed by Enzo Pic­cir­illo has been a cult des­ti­na­tion for “pizza fritta” since 1945. Via Ca­pac­cio Gi­ulio Ce­sare. T: 081281057 LA NOTIZIA – Famed pizzeria owned by Enzo Coc­cia. Just pizza, from start to fin­ish. Via Michelangelo da Car­avag­gio, 53/55. T: 0817142155 www.en­zo­coc­cia.it L’ARTE DELLA PIZZA – The pizzeria was fonde by the mas­ter pizza maker Gae­tano Es­pos­ito who with his son Enzo con­tinue sto de light Neapoli­tans and tourists with its tasty pizza and its artis­tic cre­ations made with the dough. Via Santa Maria della Lib­era, 5, Naples. T: 0812411907 LA TAVERNA DI BACCO – The philosophy that dis­tin­guishes La tav­ern di Bacco is the painstak­ing, on­go­ing search for ex­cel­lence in the food and wine sec­tor, with par­tic­u­lar em­pha­sis on Cam­pa­nian prod­ucts that make our piz­zas a one-of-a-kind tast­ing ex­pe­ri­ence. Via Se­men­tini, 28, Naples. T: 0815466119 www.sas­apiz­za­mia.it LOMBARDI – One of the old­est pizze­rias in Naples, the Lombardi fam­ily was the first to sell au­then­tic Neapoli­tan pizza in the US. Es­tab­lished in 1892, its sig­na­ture dish is “pizza fritta” topped with ba­con bits and ri­cotta cheese. Via Fo­ria, 12. T: 081456220 NON SOLO PIZZA – Is a take away pizzeria in­fused with a wel­com­ing, cozy at­mos­phere. The ba­sic in­gre­di­ents of Marco’s pizza in­clude love, pas­sion, high-qual­ity in­gre­di­ents and the fa­mous wa­ter of the Nitrodi springs. Pi­azza SS. Im­ma­co­lata, 7, Fo­rio d’Ischia. T: 0810123841 OLIVA CONCETTINA AI TRE SANTI – Tra­di­tional Neapoli­tan pizza. Pre­mium qual­ity, freshly sourced in­gre­di­ents. Via Arena alla San­ità, 3. T: 081444166 www.pizze­riao­liva.it PIZZERIA BORBONICA – It pro­poses True Neapoli­tan Pizza in a friendly at­mos­phere of the an­cient Napoli. The se­cret of its suc­cess is the pro­fes­sion­al­ism and the use of high qual­ity prod­ucts. Via Egiziaca a Piz­zo­fal­cone, 99/100, Naples. T: 0810322495 PIZZERIA VESUVIO – Pizza mak­ers since 1989. A place where you can eat au­then­tic Neapoli­tan Pizza. Via benedetto Croce, 44, Por­tici (Naples). T: 081475728. STARITA – Es­tab­lished in 1901, this trat­to­ria, also renowned for its deep-fried snacks, made an ap­pear­ance in L’oro di Napoli (1954), a film star­ring Sofia Loren. Via Ma­ter­dei, 27. T: 0815441485 www. pizze­ri­as­tarita.it TRI­ANON – Founded in 1923 by the Leones, a hus­band and wife team, it is renowned for its big “a ruota del car­retto” pizza. Via Pi­etro Col­letta, 44/46. T: 0815539426

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