Lo Scoglio da Tommaso

Lo Scoglio da Tommaso

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15 Piazza Delle Sirene, Lo Scoglio da Tommaso, Massa Lubrense, 80061 , Italy

The namesake restaurant of Hotel Lo Scoglio da Tommaso, this family-owned trattoria serves locally inspired Mediterranean fare amid panoramic views of Nerano Bay. Large windows admit plenty of sunlight into the dining room, which is decorated with white tablecloths, wooden chairs, and rows of tiny glass pendant lights hung from exposed ceiling beams. Using freshly caught seafood and produce grown on the owner’s farm, the chefs prepare signature dishes like lobster linguini, dark-chocolate eggplant, and spaghetti with clams and zucchini. The local white wine, called Lacrime di Cristo, pairs well with most seafood entrées.

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