Backed by 150 years of service to the literary elite of the city (and the foot-sore modern tourist), Gran Caffe Gambrinus is a combination of great coffee, location, and Neopolitan history that is an unmistakable draw. A large space notable for its Bell Epoque stylings, you’ll have to pay more for the comfortable seating beneath the awnings outside, a price you’ll gladly pay for enviable people-watching real estate. The coffee is excellent and flavors varied, and the immediacy to the tourist route Via Toledo and the Santa Lucia promenade is convenient. There is no cooler place in Naples to kick back and relax in the midst of your travels, especially if you're willing to splurge a little.
Note:Located on the famous Piazza Trieste e Trento.