Chalet Delle Palme is a popular place for many tourists. Situated directly in front of the port, this bar is well known for its wonderful brunch options. This is a very casual option and is more so for those looking for a quick bite in order to see them through the day. Customers simply order from the bar and can enjoy a range of pastries and coffee, among other things. Many choose to sit in the outside eating area and enjoy the beautiful surroundings of the port.
Via Francesco Caracciolo, 1, Napoli, Italy +39 081 681266
For those looking for a healthy option, Cambiovita is the perfect choice. It serves a fabulous selection of healthy but delicious dishes, perfectly suitable for brunch. There are a range of fantastic dishes to choose from including sliced seitan, black rice with tomato and almond pesto and apple spinach with lemon, paired with coffees and juices. The light menu is perfect in the hot weather.
Via Carlo Poerio, 100/A, Napoli, Italy +39 081 1957 0395
Well known for its fabulous, aromatic coffees, Gran Caffe Cimmino is ideal for a late breakfast. It may not be the grandest of venues, but the food is delicious. Along with croissants and brioche, there are also various Italian dishes such as babas, sfogliatelle and bignes. Pastries aside, the food is quite light which means it is also perfect for those who will be walking around in the hot weather.
Via Filangieri, 12, Napoli, Italy +39 081 418303
A café used by locals and visitors alike, Buona Merenda is popular with everyone. Not only is the atmosphere welcoming and charming, but staff make an effort to make customers feel comfortable and at ease. Menu choices here lean more towards the traditional, including croissants, muffins and salads, although sandwiches and other light foods are also served. . The coffee served here has also been described as some of the best in Naples, making this a must try café.
Via San Biagio Dei Librai, 19, Napoli, Italy +39 081 580 2274
A trip to Gran Caffe Gambrinus is a sophisticated affair with its beautiful classical décor. As Naples’ oldest café, the building offers a wonderful charm and has been visited by many well-known people, from Oscar Wilde to Mussolin. Guests can almost feel the presence of those who have sat here before them, and with the amazing belle époque styled rooms, it is not very hard to imagine. The restaurant consists of a bar, tea room and patisserie serving a range of breakfast and lunch classics.
Piazza Trieste E Trento, Napoli, Italy +39 081 417582
Located in Duomo Street, Caffe Spaccanopoli is a quaint little café with a fabulous selection of freshly baked goods, from croissants to éclairs and fruit salad. There are definitely dishes here that are suitable for everyone, including vegetarians and it is the ideal spot for anyone who wishes to eat something light and quick. Close to the sights, it’s ideally located for setting you up before a hectic day exploring the city.
Via Duomo, 87, Naples, Italy +39 081 459077
Capatoast is primarily a take away shop (although there are a few tables) serving toasted sandwiches, a great spot for those on the go. Customers can choose from a selection of delicious fillings and with a short queue no one is ever left waiting too long. Ingredients are fresh, and the fillings are a mix of classic and inventive.
Via Gian Lorenzo Bernini, 64, Napoli, Italy +39 081 658 3009