Caffe Gambrinus is a Neapolitan cafe dating back to 1860. It retains a sense of grandeur, with the waiters wearing floor-skimming aprons and moving about the cafe in ever-sweeping motions. The space is very gilded and stuccoed, signifying the Belle Epoque era in which it was designed. The outside terrace overlooks the stunning Piazza Plebiscito. The glass shelves full of sweets are abundant.