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When it comes to dining in Naples, there’s no shortage of world-class restaurants and bars to indulge your every culinary whim. To help you narrow your list, our EAT & DRINK section highlights the area’s best spots for date nights, celebrations, small bites, after-dinner drinks and more.
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Mix a cozy neighborhood haunt with the kind of innovative cocktails usually found only in the most metropolitan locales, and what do you get? Bar Azur. This newcomer to the Naples’ bar scene has become a fast favorite, thanks to an award-winning drink menu that both celebrates traditional libations and updates them with creative twists—such as the Pink Salt Sour, which derives its name from its signature Himalayan salt rim. Its daily happy hour features $5 cocktails and 75-cent oysters from 4-7 p.m.Custom-written editorial content
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Bella Notte isn’t just Italian. It’s Italian-with-a-view-of-the-Gulf-and-the-best-artisan-pizzas-in-town-hands-down. We’ve done the research, and we’re partial to the charred eggplant with roasted garlic and smoked tomato taleggio cheese. (But the ropa vieja chimichurri and manchego is a close second.) Can’t decide? We don’t blame you—try a Mini Pizza Sampler instead, which features small version of three of their regular pizzas for just $15.
Fresh fare reaches a whole new level at Greene’s on Third, Naples’ first farm-and-sea-to-table restaurant that uses all locally sourced ingredients. Take advantage of the ever-lovely Naples weather during season by dining al fresco on the patio, and choose from a selection of small-plate options, just right for sharing—or sampling a little bit of everything. Plus, Greene’s signature cocktail, the Rosé Aperol Spritz, makes the perfect pairing year round. #treatyourself
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