Amalfi Coast, Pt. 2 – Sorrento

OK. So let’s talk about the food. In Italy, the food itself is a love language. Here are some can’t miss highlights.

The first night we ate at Ristorante L’Antica Trattoria which was like a secret garden down an unassuming alleyway in the center of town. Upon on our arrival, our table wasn’t ready quite yet – so they served us champagne and appetizers while we wait (because heaven forbid you get hungry in Italy).

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The next night we headed to Ristorante Bagni Sant’ Anna, which was perched at the end of a dock right on the beach. We watched the sunset go down as we ate spaghetti with clams, a melt in your mouth fish and fresh fruit with chocolate glaze (made to order) for dessert.

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The last night though, oh it took the cake. Well, really all the desserts. My friend found it after our first restaurant pick was booked and oh did she find a gem! Terrazza Vittoria Ristorante is on the roof of the Hotel Continel, right outside of town near the beach. Make sure to go early so you have a cocktail while watching sunset.

Then prepare for a meal you won’t ever forget. And prepare yourself – they’ll bring out lots of extras (and you’ll want to savor every late bite).

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Stuffed, content and happy as clams – we headed off to Positano.

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