In a town where most people grab pizza to go, it’s refreshing to find a nice, rustic pizza restaurant to sit and eat at and Vicolo della Neve is exactly that (Vicolo della Neve, 24). It is the oldest “pizzeria” in town, and if you find a huge queue in front of it don’t be deterred: their Margherita with buffalo mozzarella is worth it.
If you’re not in the mood for pizza and want to taste the real flavour of Mediterranean cousine, don’t forget to order fresh fish dishes, the real stars of the menu at Cotto & Crudo Restaurant (Piazza Flavio Gioia, 8).
Cocktails and music come together for nightlife in Salerno. In Via Roma, the busiest street of the city from 7pm on, you can’t miss the experience of enjoying a frozen mojito at 089, the coolest bar of the area (Via Roma, 51).
After a couple of drinks, if you’re looking for a good place to party, Dolcevita is the best guaranteed night out. Good music and an amazing view on the Thyrrenian Sea make this disco the most popular nightclub in Salerno, where you can even dance on the foreshore.
At 3am when the clubs close, grabbing brioche and cappuccino at the closest bar is a must.