Napolita Pizza – A Deep Connection to Cultural Heritage

Napolita is an integral part of cultural heritage: More than simply pizza, Napolita is an enduring culinary tradition with universal appeal that stands the test of time. Being designated a Protected Designation of Origin emphasizes this historical importance.

At the heart of this longstanding tradition lies an emphasis on simplicity. Concentrating on using high-quality ingredients allows the flavors to shine.

Classic Styles

Napolita pizza has long been recognized by UNESCO as an intangible cultural heritage of humanity, and our artisanal technique uses dough fermented for 24-48 hours combined with San Marzano tomatoes, fior di latte mozzarella, and fresh basil to deliver an extraordinary taste experience. UNESCO also acknowledged this cuisine’s inclusion on their Intangible Cultural Heritage List in 2018.

Neapolitan clothing is well-known for being airy and open-weave, featuring bold stripes, intricate handwork, and unlining so they stay cooler in hot climates while remaining elegant – something many flocked to when Rubinacci, also known as the London House first opened up its doors – although over time its quality improved substantially to where it stands now.

Classic Flavors

Explore a vibrant spectrum of flavors, high-quality ingredients, and centuries-old cooking methods in Naples – from famous pizza Napoletana to delicious seafood dishes and irresistible sweets, Naples’ culinary heritage is on full display.

Napolita’s handcrafted pasta dishes combine an assortment of shapes with distinct sauces to craft culinary masterpieces. Enjoy classic Spaghetti alle Vongole with Manila Clams or the hearty Paccheri Funghi served in white wine sauce; each pasta dish at Napolita is an example of simplicity and perfection.

Napolita offers an exquisite selection of cocktails and Italian wines to enhance every meal, featuring lesser-known producers and indigenous varietals that give diners a true taste of Italy. The beverage menu truly brings out its Mediterranean charm!

Classic Craftsmanship

Naples has managed to weather the changes of history remarkably well, leaving behind an incredible heritage of Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque architectural splendor. Although Naples’ reputation as an expensive city has decreased recently, Neapolitan artisans are working tirelessly to change public opinion of their craft.

Napolita pizza has long been recognized by UNESCO as an intangible cultural heritage of humanity, recognized for its perfect crust with fresh toppings such as San Marzano tomatoes and mozzarella di bufala. Learn how to craft one at home using manual dough fermentation, stretching by hand and topping arrangement techniques.

Antonio Panico is one such artist. Trained by Rubinacci, Antonio Panico and his atelier team of about twelve artisans are now expanding from their small bespoke operation into ready-to-wear collections made in Naples from soft nubuck calfskin. Additionally, Antonio and his artisans produce traditional pasta shapes like ziti, paccheri, schiaffoni and scialatielli which you can try at local markets or order online.

Classic Tradition

Discover the vibrant heritage of Naples cuisine, renowned for its complex flavors and fresh ingredients. Delve into an assortment of dishes ranging from classic pizzas and pasta to delectable seafood and irresistible sweets.

Discover the art of creating authentic Napolita pizza at home! Unlock the secrets to crafting perfect dough, creating sauce from San Marzano tomatoes and layering toppings in traditional style.

Discover a variation of Pizza Carne Italiane featuring housemade sausage, spicy soppressata and pancetta, while experiencing deep-fried pizza Fritta made of dough that rises longer for an airier and light texture when deep-fried.