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    Gran Caffè Gambrinus is a historic coffee house in Naples, located in Via Chiaia, near the Piazza del Plebiscito.

    In the Gran Caffè Gambrinus’ art nouveau halls, the espresso coffee is brewed according to the old neapolitan recipe: dark, dense and hot.

    In recent years, the café has been enriched with tasty variations to the traditional espresso coffee: cream, chocolate, hazelnut and many other ingredients are combined with care and creativity to offer its guests an unforgettable taste experience.

    The Gran Caffè Gambrinus offers a vast assortment of typical neapolitan pastries and refined creations of chocolate, entirely homemade. Also, its laboratories are specialized in the production of ice cream.

     

    HOW TO GET THERE

    Gran Caffè Gambrinus is situated in the north corner of Piazza del Plebiscito. The closest bus station is Trieste E Trento, about 50 meters away, on the bus line E6, while the nearest subway station is Municipio, on the Metro Line 1, at about 500 meters away.

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    1. Lucinda Famous Gran Caffè Gambrinus
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      One of the worst experiences I’ve ever had at a cafe. Here we go … I asked for three ice cream cones at the ice cream counter and was told to go to the cashier and pay first. We walked through three rooms to find an older female cashier and said we wanted to pay for three ice cream cones. She said that’s €7,50 and I gave her some coins worth 50 cents and got out a €10 note. She said, “I don’t want your coins.” ”We can’t pay with coins?” I asked. She emphatically said “No!” and took the €10 note from my hand. We thought this was nasty and said, “Forget it. We don’t want any ice cream anymore. Not here anyway.” My kids were with me and they wanted to leave and go someplace else. I asked for my €10 back. The cashier snapped at us, “No!” and quickly shoved the money in a drawer. I couldn’t believe her attitude and demanded she give me my money back. She repeatedly refused. I talked to the manager and several staff members. They all refused to give us our money back even though we had gotten nothing in exchange for the €10! This cafe stole €10 from us! On principle, I plan to file a police report.

      It doesn’t seem like a big deal but what sort of reputable business needs to steal kids’ ice cream money?

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