While in Naples, I went to dinner at a restaurant that not only had an amazing menu, but also an amazing history. In 2011, an ancient crypt and a part of a Roman house just outside of Pozuolli required conservation. The answer came in the form of a glass floored restaurant built atop the archaeological site and encorporating the surviving structure of the Roman house. I have to apologive for the poor quality of the photos because I was not prepared for such an extraordinary dinner and only had my phone on hand. However, here are the photos of the multi-course dinner and the crypt which the manager of the restaurant gave us a personal tour of before dessert.