Stayed at La Civetta (small hotel) for 3 nights in September 2014 and used the restaurant on the last night. It seems to only open on weekends but it's definitely worth the wait. The food was so enjoyable (and the stay too) that my mate Johnny and I wished we were staying longer in Agropoli. The traditional pizza (cooked in a wood-fired pizza oven) is melt-in-the-mouth and we also enjoyed the beef braised in Aglianico wine and the ravioli too. The home-made tiramisu dessert was F.A.B! There's plenty of advice on what local wines to choose. We enjoyed a bottle of Aglianico Del Vulture from the Basilicata region, one of Italy's finest red wines. The restaurant is a family run affair with the matriarch in charge of the cooking (behind the scenes) so the food really is just as "Mamma used to make". The service was very friendly and attentive. Can't fault this restaurant. If you're staying in or around Agropoli, it's worth a 15/20 minute journey to the top of the hill where you'll find La Civetta. (Put "Via Madonna Del Carmine" into your SatNav, go under the railway bridge, turn right at the small roundabout and almost immediately after turn left following signs).
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