Overlooking the central Plebiscito Piazza in Naples, this famous coffee emporium is furnished in the Art Nouveau style and features decorations, stuccos, statues and paintings from the 19th century. Opened in 1860, it was an immediate success across all social classes and was also sponsored by the royal family. Visitors have included Oscar Wilde, Hemingway and Sartre. At Gran Caffè Gambrinus, coffee is prepared according to the ancient Neapolitan recipe: dark, thick, and boiling. A moment of intense pleasure to be enjoyed in absolute relaxation while sitting at one of the tables that directly overlook Plebiscito Piazza. An unmissable opportunity to share in the everyday ritual of the city elite in a refined, prestigious, historical and artistic setting. Although a faithful follower of tradition, Gran Caffè Gambrinus does not, however, neglect people’s changing tastes: in recent years the caffè has enriched its range by offering tasty variations on the traditional espresso coffee which, applied with discretion and creativity, offer its customers an unforgettable experience.