Where to eat in Naples, Italy

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1. Friggitoria-Pizzeria Giuliano, Calata Trinia Maggiore 33, open at 7 a.m. or so, one of the best pizzas I’ve had, and for only four euros. [Fodors | Time Out]

2. Mandara, Via Ponte di Tappia 90-92, doesn’t look like much, more of a deli than restaurant, order at the counter and mimic the choices of others. Go before the line heads out the door. [Time Out]

3. Il Piccolo Ristoro, Calata Porto di Massa, inside the port, not really on a street, the cabbies seem to know where it is, only a few tables, one of the best seafood meals I’ve had. Not outrageously expensive. [Time Out]

Recently I had two and a half days in Naples, following a meeting in Rome, and it is one of my favorite cities. To live in, it combines the worst of Europe and the developing world. To visit, it combines the best of Europe and the developing world.

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