Buca di Bacco
- The famous pizza "sfilatino"
- Pretend to be in the first decades of 20th century
- Reserve the table next to the panoramic window
- Closed: Monday
- Annual closure: from 2 January 2017 to 24 March 2017
A glass of Limoncello
To round off a nice lunch or a good dinner of Caprese cuisine, the ideal is always a glass of limoncello, one of those home-made with the best lemons of Capri. Eat with us to take advantage the homage!
Valid from 1 May 2016 to 31 October 2016
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Buca di Bacco - CapriGo to the top
A small and pleasant restaurant situated on the ruins of the ancient "Greek walls", Buca di Bacco lies right in the heart of the historic center of Capri.
The vaults that cover the rooms together with the interior design made of dark wood provide a warm atmosphere with character.
The menu features traditional dishes, including seafood specialities and '"Neapolitan style pizza"' cooked in a traditional wood burning oven. Don't forget to order the sfilatino: the most famous pizza of the restaurant.
An excellent selection of wines guarantees the perfect accomapniment to every meal.
Lunch: 12.30 pm - 3.00 pm
Dinner: 7.00 pm - 12.00 am
Closure day: Monday
Close from November to Easter
What former guests say about Buca di BaccoGo to the top
Buca di Bacco: TripAdvisor reviews®Back to the top
Recommended by hotel and very good
Our hotel suggested this place and we had a very good meal. The dining room was a bit warm when we arrived at 7:30 but cooled off when the sun went down and they opened the window. Lots of families... more »
We were looking for something not too expensive, for pizza and wine, and this little gem came up trumps. The service and food were good, and it didn't break the bank! Would recommend for couples or... more »
We got there looking for a good place for dinner, far from the noisy touristic area and found and amazing place. We didn't know at that time but try to make a reservation in advance. If you are a... more »
Buca di Bacco: LocationBack to the top
From the Piazzetta walk through the passageway to Via Longano and within just a few steps, you'll find Buca di Bacco.