The Gambrinus

History and anecdotes

Italy that starts again

by Simona Vitagliano Italy has awakened. Again. With 18 May 2020, we said goodbye to the more restrictive phase of the quarantine that kept us safe and sheltered, within the home, to avoid an uncontrolled spread of Covid-19 and the congestion of hospitals. With the descent of the epidemiological curve, a new phase of opening …

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The architect of the Gambrinus and of the Galleria Umberto I in Naples: Antonio Curri

by Simona Vitagliano We are experiencing strange times, times to which, fortunately, we are not used to anything and that force us, for better or for worse, to deal with ourselves, with our deepest reflections and with our passions. At a time when we find ourselves having to deal with the strange feeling of self-imposed …

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A coffee with humor

Lino Banfi and coffee Article written by Michele Sergio and published in Rome on February 16, 2020 Irresistible and overwhelming many of his scenes, such as that of a coffee with humor, become true cult, Lino Banfi, during his long career, has been able to be appreciated and become one of the most popular actors …

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French Press against Moka: France vs Italy

Article written by Michele Sergio and published in Rome on January 19th 2020 Italians and Frenchmen have always been two rather related peoples, cousins ”‹”‹as they say, but rival cousins. In fact, the two countries vie for various firsts, from wine to cheese, passing through fashion and ending with coffee. Like the Italians, the French …

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