Arguably the most popular nightlife area in Centro Storico, you'll find a handful of cafes for your morning cappuccino and brunch (Scaturchio, Gran Caffè Neapolis) and a number of other establishments that cater to your late night needs. Try the winery-cum-bookstore Perditempo (meaning "Lose Time") or the hole-in-the-wall bar O Barett for a social drink. Then again, you may just want to devour a pizza pie; you are in Napoli! There are two authentic Neapolitan pizza joints that rise above the rest: Pizzeria Sorbillo and Di Matteo. Both have legacies of pizza greatness and both will have lines out the door come lunch or dinner, although we suggest trying the cheap frittatina (a quasi-pancake that is a street food must-eat) at Di Matteo and the classic "pizza Margharita" at Sorbilla.