Help Barbara Kossy with their list: One Spring Day in Napoli
Should I stay in Naples for dinner? Where should I eat dinner?
From the trip, One Spring Day in Napoli
This is from a blog of mine because the restaurant is not in Gogobot.
If you can find this place it is well worth it. Ask a local Neopolitan.
Frederica was willing to take us out to a restaurant that she wanted to go to for a while and then give a tour of Naples in her car. The restaurant was in the Spanish Quarter and it was called Nannella. This was authentic Napoli. Waiters flying around with up to 8 dishes on their arms, lots of yelling out orders from the kitchen and the fastest service imaginable. Plates just appear right in front of you. The food was delicious! At the end of the meal Danielle was dragged into the other room by one of the waiters and he started twirling her around to the music that was playing. We were then ready for the bill and Abby was told by Frederica to yell out "eh Pasquale!" which was our server's name. He did not say it loud enough so I bellowed it out and Pasquale stopped, wandering what the hell was that. With the bill payed and a nice tip next was Frederica's tour of the city at night.
Read more: http://blog.travelpod.com/travel-blog-entries/jimkbarton/6/1235521164/tpod.html#ixzz2HswGMDCy
FYI. Today's (1/13) Sunday NY Times Travel Section has a "36 Hours" Article on Naples.
I've been in Naples five years ago so I cannot suggest you anything for dinner, however I suggets you trying to find something in Chiaia, which is a very alive part of Naples.
Great pizza in Naples.
Good to-go pizza recommended to me by a local. Make sure to get it hot.
Really great bakery.
Best sfogliatelle, best prices and most convenient location along Via Toledo at the entrance of the Galleria.