The managers and waiters here seem straight out of Martin Scorsese central casting! It's rough and tumble -- mismatched glasses, rickety tables one on top of another virtually out in the street, rudeness, noise and fun -- but the seafood is actually delicious and simply prepared (grilled). You will end up paying much more than you expect, because the fish goes by weight, but that's par for the course in Naples. It's no where near as expensive as the classier counterparts across the street in the Via Partenope Hotels. If you want to keep the price down - the pasta dish that everyone eats is spaghetti with seafood that comes wrapped in tin foil. It's good and ample. Don't get the house wine - it's lousy. It is touristy -- but many of the tourists are the Italians who come off their fancy yachts docked in the harbor to eat here.
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