... And that is just the coffee. A visit to the Piazza Dante branch made me a convert to Passalacqua coffee, which they say is the coffee from Napoli, as it's roasted in their factory near the airport. Both cafes are very classic, long bar, standing room only, lots of brass, bold orange decor. Unfortunately, like so many places in Napoli, they are closed on Sundays. We drank our way through several coffees, all strong, but full of flavour, and always served with a glass of sparkling water.
But in Napoli, most random cafes will be excellent, but this was top notch in terms of coffee and atmosphere. They also sell their coffee to take home. Strangely, beans only come in 1kg sacks and are a lot more expensive than ground. Ground can also be bought in the big supermarkets in Napoli, and with its cheerful yellow packaging, makes excellent gifts.
I heard one can also visit the factory, but we did. It have time but it would be interesting to know if any one has been.
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