Whether you’re accustomed to dining in Michelin-starred temples or it’s a once-in-a-lifetime event, consider adding Pipero to your bucket list. This long-established foodie haven has moved to chic new digs opposite the Chiesa Nuova, in a setting that’s as sophisticated as the plates paraded forth from the kitchen. Start with a risotto of mussels, lemon, and ficoide (a trendy edible succulent), followed by an artful arrangement of duck breast, reinforcement salad (a traditional pickled salad from Naples), and salmon roe. Everything is expensive here and the small, precious servings will either dazzle you or drive you nuts with their pretension—it’s better to make that decision beforehand.