Most Popular Wine Bar food in Agerola, Province of Naples, Italy

December 12, 2019 Randal Brittian

Reviews on Wine Bar food in Agerola, Province of Naples, Italy. Agerola is a comune (municipality) in the Metropolitan City of Naples in the Italian region Campania, located about 35 km southeast of Naples. It is part of the Amalfi Coast.
Things to do in Agerola

1. Bianca Zita Restaurant & Wine

Via Mola 9, 84010, Furore Italy Italian, Seafood, Mediterranean, European, Wine Bar, Neapolitan, Campania, Southern-Italian Lunch, Dinner, Brunch Reservations, Buffet, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Cash Only, Free Wifi, Highchairs Available, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Accepts Discover, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service [email protected] +39 089 212 6766
Overall Ratings

4 based on 405 reviews

Bianca Zita Restaurant & Wine

Located in one of most scenic spots of the coast. This name brings to mind beautiful floral scents and hints ancient. In 2015 and was the start of our project to make this wine bar a small restaurant where revive traditional cuisine, closely linked to the

Reviewed By tomkW6205LE

Don’t expect a menu, don’t expect a wine list, don’t expect anything you can’t get within a 20 mile radius! Do expect simple, delicious, fresh fish, perfectly cooked, respecting the quality of the ingredients used.We had a superb starter of lightly fried swordfish and crispy anchovies, a prima course of monkfish “large” pasta and a superbly cooked sea bass, not to mention two white wines recommended by the house. It was lovely that the restaurant tailored portions to suit a couple. The ethos seems to be, we’ll get beautiful fresh fish, we’ll make it work for you as a course and we’ll show you just how well it can be cooked! The review is redundant as they get the catch of the day every day, so you’ll never have the same experience as we did, but I have every confidence it will be just as enjoyable, so no recommended dishes. A classy venue, worth every penny!

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2. Punto Ristoro Il Caffe degli Dei

Sentiero Degli Dei 22, 80051, Agerola Italy Brew Pub, Bar, Barbecue, Wine Bar, Street Food, Italian Lunch, Brunch, Breakfast, Dinner, Drinks Table Service, Serves Alcohol [email protected] +39 331 401 4379
Overall Ratings

5 based on 38 reviews

Punto Ristoro Il Caffe degli Dei

Our bar is designed to offer a new service to those who decide to take the extraordinary Path of the Gods. The bar is not only this: you will find typical dishes, daily selected and fresh products accompanied by draft beer and excellent cocktails that you

Reviewed By Voyage813483

After a great hike we stopped for a lovely lunch. Absolutely delicious pasta bolognese,fresh prosciutto and ricotta and a crema con cafe to die for. The owner was funny and hospitable and Angelo was sweet and attentive, great service. We went back even without hiking to enjoy numerous lunches throughout our stay. A must when you are in this area. Cannot wait to come back

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3. Il Rifugio dei Peccatori

48, Capriglione Street Amalfi Coast route from Sorrento to Salerno, 84010 Praiano Italy Italian, Fast Food, Mediterranean, Wine Bar, Campania, Southern-Italian Lunch, Dinner, Breakfast, Brunch, Drinks Takeout, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Television, Serves Alcohol, Wine and Beer, Table Service [email protected] +39 089 874037
Overall Ratings

5 based on 58 reviews

Il Rifugio dei Peccatori

The House of Sinners in Praiano is the ideal choice for gourmets, for happy hour on the Amalfi Coast, but even if you want the best quality at the best price. The House of Sinners- Gastronomy-Take away- Winebar- Panoramic Garden among the lemons of the Am

Reviewed By _simple_ple4sures_

We had some amazing food while touring the Amalfi coast but this place for me, stood out in every way.We travelled down from Maiori especially to visit this deli and it was worth the boat & bus trip. The bus from Amalfi stops 150 meters from Il Rifugio, it was a stunning journey too.You can either just go straight in and eat or you can work up an appetite and take a walk down to the sea and back up again, take water!!! We did the latter and then spent a fabulous couple of hours in the deli garden which is across the road and has spectacular views and lots of shade or sun, whichever you prefer.We started with an Limoncello Spritz & an Aperol Spritz...., we were then delivered the lightest, tastiest pizza style focaccia (I think!) and a mozzarella, chicken, sweet corn & basil salad - amazing! We then shared another mixed platter that we asked the delightful owners to put together for us. This was all washed down with a bottle of the house Rifugio wine.We left with more wine, cake, incredible home made crostini and wonderful memories. If we’d been staying longer I’d have gone back. It’s well worth making the effort to go here even if you’re not staying in the area. You’re very unlikely to regret it.Thank you so much from Praiano on the Amalfi Coast!

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