Via Dei Mille
In an stylish, inviting dining room, Via dei Mille serves the kind of tasty, authentic Italian cuisine found in small Naples restaurants, which has helped it to earn an excellent rating from the tough-to-please critics at Zagat. The restaurant's dinner features a lengthy list of freshly prepared dishes that are sure to please even the most authentic of Italian grandmothers. Antipasti selections include the fritto misto—chewy fried calamari, rock shrimp, and zucchini completed with a piquant marinara sauce ($16). Main course captains can snag the costolette di agnello, which features juicy grilled lamb chops mingling with soft polenta ($30). Lunchtimers can celebrate creating a time-traveling stapler with the caprese panini, where bufala mozzarella and fresh basil converge with a pesto spread ($12).