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Best Lunch Ever: Lo Scoglio, Amalfi Coast

by Pavia Rosati

 
The rocky beach in the summertime, seen from the dining room deck at Lo Scoglio.

Let me give you a sense of place: Lo Scoglio is located on the Sorrentine Peninsula, one cove over from the point where the Bay of Naples to the north meets the Bay of Salerno to the south. The main road — and the hordes who are on it — beats a path from Sorrento to Positano, totally cutting off the peninsula. This means that the only people on this stretch of Amalfi Coast are Italians and travelers who know better. 

Capri, that other tourist magnet, is just around the bend, slightly out to sea, easily accessible on a day trip from the dock.

Pavia is the founder of Fathom. She splits her time between New York City and London but is happiest on the Sorrentine Peninsula. You can follow her at @pavianyc on Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest. She travels for the four-hour lunches.

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