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Aromi in the Molino Stucky Hotel
Giudecca, 810 , Venice; Tel.: 041-2723311
Padua-born Franco Luise brings Venetian cooking into the modern age without losing its essential character. He's head chef at the Molino Stucky hotel's flagship restaurant where, on a panoramic terrace with sweeping views of Venice and the Giudecca Canal, you can enjoy an outstanding meal prepared from only the freshest seasonal ingredients. Some delicious examples are zucchini blossoms stuffed with spider crab in a tangy arugula pesto, asparagus-filled ravioli with scampetti (baby shrimp) or eggy tagliatelle in a rosemary-scented duck ragu'. Advance reservations recommended at dinner.
Via Chiaia, 1/2, Naples; Tel.: 081-417582
There's plenty of good people watching at Caffa' Gambrinus, a palatial cafe on the monumental Piazza del Plebiscito that's open every day till 2 a.m. This Neapolitan institution has been serving local dessert specialties like baba' (a rum-soaked cake) and sfogliatella (a flaky, ricotta-filled pastry) since 1860.
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