Blog | Gran Caffè Gambrinus
History and curiosity of the Falanghina

History and curiosity of the Falanghina

by Simona Vitagliano Among the best-selling white wines in Italy and absolute queen of the summer, Falanghina really likes everyone and is perfect for accompanying daily meals - especially fish-based - thanks to its versatility and its excellent quality / price ratio....

The Gambrinus artists: Luigi Scorrano

The Gambrinus artists: Luigi Scorrano

by Simona Vitagliano Among the paintings that appear on the walls of the Gran Caffè Gambrinus, in the eyes of admirers of clean and romantic images, a painting entitled "Trottoir" by the Apulian painter Luigi Scorrano will certainly spring to mind. The subject of the...

From rogue to bartender

From rogue to bartender

Article written by Michele Sergio and published in L'Espresso Neapolitan of October 2019 The professionalism and skill of its bartenders have greatly contributed to making Naples the coffee capital of the world. If in the shadow of Partenope we drink more "cups" than...

The Gambrinus and tourism

The Gambrinus and tourism

by Simona Vitagliano It is a decidedly positive moment for tourism in Naples: a boom that, for some years now, has been affecting mainly the areas of the historic center - from which, then, some slices of visitors branch off to other parts of the city and of the...

International coffee day

International coffee day

Article written by Michele Sergio and published in Rome on 29 September 2019 It is now several years since October 1 marks the international coffee day, organized by the ICO (International Coffee Organization) and, for the occasion, in 77 countries there will be...