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Eat Neapolitan, drink Neapolitan coffee … Live Neapolitan!

Our coffee has special characteristics that make it unique throughout the world Article written by Michele Sergio and published on L'Espresso napoletano in December 2019 Why do Neapolitan culture, language, food, colors and customs almost always have success among...

THE TASTE CORNER

Cafeteria, chocolate shop, confectionery and cocktail, ideal to give you a moment of pleasure at any time of the day.
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CAFETERIA

The Gran Caffè Gambrinus is heir to the ancient Neapolitan coffee tradition. It is at least from 800 that in Naples coffee is more than just a drink.
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PASTRY

The Gran Caffe Gambrinus was born as a café, but soon felt the need to set up its own pastry shops.
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ICE-CREAM

The Gran Caffè Gambrinus pastry laboratories specialize in the production of refined ice cream creations.

HISTORY AND ILLUSTRIOUS CHARACTERS

The most famous literary café in Naples. The meeting place of intellectuals, politicians and businessmen who left fragments of their greatness in their rooms.

The Sergio Family

At the beginning of the 70’s Michele Sergio starts the battle to recover the premises of the Caffè located in the heart of Naples.

The Cafè

The Gran Caffè Gambrinus has always been the Café frequented by Italian Presidents visiting Naples.

Artists and intellectuals

One of the most successful examples in Italy of European-inspired literary coffee, temple of the Neapolitan and international intellectual elite.

ART AND CULTURE

An international coffee in the center of Naples. Where history and art meet the good life.

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French Press against Moka: France vs Italy

French Press against Moka: France vs Italy

Article written by Michele Sergio and published in Rome on January 19th 2020 Italians and Frenchmen have always been two rather related peoples, cousins ​​as they say, but rival cousins. In fact, the two countries vie for various firsts, from wine to cheese, passing...

Lots of coffee chocolates in the Befana stocking

Lots of coffee chocolates in the Befana stocking

Article written by Michele Sergio and published in Rome on 05 January 2020 As every year, one of the most loved holidays by all Italian children returns, the Epiphany, the Befana festival. Tradition has it that on the night of January 5, parents hang (empty) socks on...

Tiramisu Coffee

Tiramisu Coffee

Article written by Michele Sergio and published in Rome on 22 December 2019 Known all over the world, it has become one of the sweet symbols of the pastry shop in the Bel Paese, conquering, thanks to its simplicity, young and old, over time it has managed to convince...

Pastiera VS Cassata: a sweet duel

Pastiera VS Cassata: a sweet duel

by Simona Vitagliano If in the collective imagination the Sicilian cassata certainly becomes part of the Christmas food scenario, as far as the pastiera is concerned, many think that it is a purely Easter dessert, although it is not uncommon to find it also proposed...

The canary: the digestive for Christmas holidays!

The canary: the digestive for Christmas holidays!

by Simona Vitagliano It is said that the grandmother's remedies continue to prove to be miraculous, even in the era in which medicine and pharmacology have made great strides; almost always, in fact, it is an absolute truth. In view of the upcoming Christmas holidays,...

The Naples below : the Bourbon gallery

The Naples below : the Bourbon gallery

Naples is an incredible place: you can not walk too long without tripping over a piece of history. This also happens when you put your foot out of the Gran Caffè Gambrinus. In fact, a few steps from Piazza Plebiscito, in Vico del Grottone 4, there is the second...