Occupying a fantastic position in the Piazzetta, right next to the clock tower, Capri's Pulalli wine bar offers a bird's eye view of the famous square and the town's Cathedral.
Did you know? Capri's Pulalli Wine Bar was originally an inn which, in the late 1800's, offered accommodation to some of the very first tourists to visit the island
Today, Fabrizio Arbace's bar offers visitors the opportunity to taste any of a fabulous selection of Italian labels accompanied by delicious appetizers and more substantial dishes from the Neapolitan tradition.
In addition to the terrace perched above the buzzing square, the Pulalli wine bar also has an intimate indoor dining room with splendid views of Monte Solaro and the Bay of Naples.
Pulalli Wine bar is open for lunch and dinner until late. Closed on Tuesday. On request, the wine bar also caters for private parties.
Arbace family is the owner also of the traditional restaurant Al Grottino
We read about Pulalli before our trip so pre-booked the single table overlooking the sea. It was a lovely setting, but would probably recommend booking for lunch rather than dinner so you can see the... more »
We enjoyed an evening meal here with a glass of wine. Food was good, and although in the heart of the square in Capri it offered some intimacy and allowed you to get above the hustle and bustle of... more »
Our hotel (VIlla Sarah) rang for us and managed to get us the single balcony table overlooking the sea. Although it was a little breezy, it was an amazing experience and wasn't at all touristy. We... more »
Near the clocktower in Capri's most famous square.