• Monday, September 16, 2019

Where to Eat in Amalfi

The Amalfi Coast: Your Bucket List Destination
September 1, 2019
By , Contributor

If there’s a bucket list destination that you’ll find on even the most intrepid travelers list, it’s the Amalfi Coast. With its winding roads, surreal views, and picturesque sunsets on the Mediterranean, Amalfi may be one of the most photogenic locations in Italy—which is saying a lot, considering the surrounding competition.

Amalfi is the very definition of la dolce vita. It’s one of the few places on the planet where no matter what your age is, clubbing is always in fashion. And don’t let those 70-year-olds fool you… they’ve got some of the most killer moves you’ve ever seen. Chalk it up to pure, unrivaled experience. The scene at Amalfi hasn’t changed for the last 60 years: it’s remained the same, all-encompassing party.

When you’re headed to Amalfi, prepare yourself to let loose—and not just with the fun and the music; your belt will need a bit of loosening, too. It’s Italy, after all, so the food is exactly how you’d expect it to be: ridiculously delectable. Just make sure to wait those 30 minutes before swimming in the hidden grottos (don’t worry, though, you’ve got plenty of places to take in the sun while you wait).

The Galavante Amalfi List:

Buca di Bacco. Cozy and typical ambiance, traditional dishes. Closed in the winter.
Chez Black. Maritime ambiance with seafood and wine. Always open.
Da Adolfo. Small, casual restaurant on the beach. Typical Italian cuisine. Always open, and good for lunch on the beach.
Da Gemma. Small, casual trattoria. Typical cuisine, and closed on Wednesdays.
Don Alfonso 1890. Elegant and refined atmosphere. Fresh homemade dishes. Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays from October to May, and Mondays from June to September.
Donna Rosa. Family atmosphere, fish dishes and typical cuisine. Closed on Mondays.
Eolo. Sophisticated restaurant and creative cuisine. Closed on Wednesdays in January and February.
Il Flauto di Pan. Elegant atmosphere and gourmet cuisine. Open only for dinner.
Il Principe. Elegant restaurant with traditional recipes. Closed on Mondays.
La Caravella. Old-school ambiance, regional cuisine. Closed on Tuesdays.
La Conca del Sogno. Sea-front restaurant. Regional cuisine, mainly fish. Always open.
L’Antica Trattoria. Elegant restaurant, with a multitude of fish recipes. Closed on Mondays.
Lido Azzurro. Beautiful terrace on the beach. Seafood and pasta. Closed on Monday.
O’ Canonico. Typical atmosphere, delicious specialties (especially the homemade gnocchi). Closed on Mondays.
Ristorante Museo Caruso. Elegant restaurant with Sorrentine cuisine. Always open.
Ristorante President. Classic atmosphere, creative cuisine. Closed on Mondays.
Ristorante Rossellinis (at Palazzo Avino). Romantic, beautiful setting, and fine-dining cuisine. Open only for dinner.
Villa Maria Restaurant (at Villa Maria Hotel). Elegant atmosphere, traditional cuisine. Always open.
Zass Restaurant (at Il San Pietro di Positano). Refined atmosphere, creative local cuisine. Always open.
La Sponda Restaurant (at Le Sirenuse). Romantic and elegant. Always open.
Zi’Ntonio. Characteristic ambience, and regional recipes. Always open.

  

Whether you’re 18 or 80, you’re going to want to check this out. Because life on the Amalfi Coast always means enjoying yourself – no matter who you are.