If you’re looking for something more low-key yet still impressive, try this atmospheric little trattoria located in the maze-like backstreets of the centro storico. Il Teatro, which translates to ‘theater,’ is hidden in a cluster of white houses and has a rustic, old-fashioned charm. Local, traditional seafood dishes are available at an affordable price. Try the scialatelli with seafood, a specialty pasta of Amalfi that Il Teatro serves with a fantastic savory sauce. The interior is spacious and bright with large arches, and the servers are extremely friendly and helpful.
Il Teatro, Via E Marini 19, Amalfi, Italy +39 089 87 24 73
Enjoy stunning views while you dine at Ristorante Lido Azzurro. Eat al fresco on the terrace for the best views of the harbor and of the nearby city’s houses perched on the mountains. The setting makes for a relaxing end to a long day exploring the Amalfi Coast’s beaches and shops. Watch the boats sail in the harbor and feel the sea breeze while you dine on the finest fresh seafood dishes. Indulge your taste buds with a dish of freshly made pasta or the catch of the day prepared with a zesty lemon sauce.
Ristorante Lido Azzurro, Via Lungomare dei Cavalieri, 5, 84011 Amalfi, Italy +39 089 87 13 84
Established in 1987, Silver Moon is located in a red and white striped building with a blue roof, a design that was inspired by the American flag. Locals and travelers love Silver Moon for its fresh cuisine made from ingredients found along the Amalfi Coast and its excellent harbor views. Diners can choose between sitting inside, which is covered by a lovely gazebo-like ceiling and glass walls to maximize the panoramic view, or a platform directly on the beach. Try the linguine alla Silver Moon, grilled prawns, or the catch of the day.