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The Gambrinus and the cinema

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...
Saint’Anna of the Lombardi: the historic Neapolitan church

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

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...
Mom and Neapolitan coffee

Mom and Neapolitan coffee

Article written by Michele Sergio and published in L’Espresso Neapolitan of the month of May 2019 Those who live in the shadow of Vesuvius begin their day with the ubiquitous “Tazzulella e cafè.” It is the mother who, almost always, first to wake up,...