|This bakery in the heart of Napoli has been a family operation since its founding by its namesake in 1905. They are mostly known for their baked goods: a pasticceria filled with sweets, pastries, and cakes. However, they also roast their own supply of coffee offsite in small, personal batches. (They also sell their coffee on request.) It's a tight space with no seating inside - however, there's ample outdoor seating in the piazza under parasols across the entrance to the shop. Using a three-group manual lever La San Marco machine behind the bar, they pull shots with an even, almost a dark grey/ochre-looking crema unlike any crema we had even seen prior. And yet there's a lot of life to the cup: there's some smoke, but it's not too smoky. Flavorwise, it is primarily a mixture of potent spice and some herbal notes in good balance. Served with water on the side for ?0.90.