Thursday, June 9, 2011

NAPLESCAFFÉ GAMBRINUS

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.

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3 Responses to “CAFFÉ GAMBRINUS”

  1. roberta Jun 15, 2011

    wow!!!! very interesting this blog! I love to travel and coffee!!! :)

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  2. Hannah Jun 18, 2011

    Hi,

    I only just discovered your blog and I am loving reading through the archives. I really like your writing style and it has already got me wanting to learn more about coffee! Thank you.

    Han


  3. Sonny Nov 06, 2011

    Hi,
    I was there last week, and it’s a wonderful trip for two of in Naples, we did had pizza, and drink coffee at Gambrinus, it’s tasty as you said, we did buy two 250g home, and we love it. If you have a chance, I suggest to visit Naples, yes it’s dirty, noisy, but foods are excellent there, and of course be careful when you walk across the street.