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Naples in the world: our online shop, ambassador of delicacies

by Simona Vitagliano We know very well how difficult it is for a Neapolitan to leave his land or to let the stranger who lives so far from our reality taste the true flavors of the Neapolitan gastronomic culture. For this reason, and for many other objectives of this...

A special classification for Neapolitan coffee

Article written by Michele Sergio and published in IL ROMA on 02 June 2019 1) -Number 1 of Italian coffees - Those who visit Naples do not just admire its architectural and landscape wonders but are also looking for a perhaps more interesting aspect: the Neapolitan...

Massimo Troisi and the Neapolitan coffee

Article written by Michele Sergio and published in L'Espresso Neapolitan of the month of June 2019 Shy, introverted, awkward. Proud,  strong-willed. Dedicated to the Neapolitan dialect. Massimo Troisi, our great Massimo, an icon of the southern young man of the late...

The history of the statues of the Royal Palace

by Simona Vitagliano "Who pee on the floor?" "I don't know anything about it" "It was me, so what?" Unsheathing the sword: "Let us escape!" No, it is not the script of a comic film, but the story that has been given to the statues that appear in the niches of the...

Who was the bartender preparing more coffee?

Article written by Michele Sergio and published in Il Roma on 19 May 2019 That the Gambrinus is a monument of Naples is known throughout the world, and that in its rooms one can still breathe the atmosphere of the Neapolitan Belle Époque is evident to anyone who sets...

The Gambrinus and the cinema

by Simona Vitagliano The Gambrinus is one of the most "dense" places in Naples due to its history, hospitality and fame: the most influential personalities of several centuries sat at its tables and the verses of songs and poems that became part of the cultural...

Saint’Anna of the Lombardi: the historic Neapolitan church

by Simona Vitagliano Naples is the city of the 500 domes, as it has been defined since the eighteenth century, since over the course of about 17 centuries it has stormed its territory with an incredible number of religious buildings, including churches, convents and...

A thousand ways to make coffee in Naples

Article written by Michele Sergio and published in Il Roma on 05 May 2019 In the city of coffee par excellence, our dear Naples, in ancient times coffee was drunk pure, without added sugar or other ingredients. It was prepared with Neapolitan cuccumella and simply...