In   the   late   1960's,   the   Prifitera   Family   opened   the   first   Naples   in   Connecticut. After   a   few   site   changes,   the   restaurant   found   it's   home   on   the   Yale   University campus   in   New   Haven,   Connecticut.   For   some   30   years,   anyone   and   everyone who   has   been   to   Yale   has   eaten   at   Naples.   Even   Bill   Clinton,   during   his   law school   days   (and   who   argued   politics   with   Joe   Prifitera   ....   Joe,   God   rest   his soul,   was   a   Republican!),   had   been   a   patron   at   Naples.   Many   artists   such   as Mitch   Miller,   Meryl   Streep,   Jodie   Foster,   and   Bob   Dylan--to   name   a   few--have renewed   their   artistic   spirit   on   several   occasions   in   the   relaxed   atmosphere   at Naples.   Still   located   at   Yale,   Naples   is   a   place   where   no   one   will   rush   you   out the   door.   Many   individuals   have   written   their   books,   doctoral   theses,   and   music while eating there. The   name   Naples   comes   from   the   style   of   pizza   that   is   served.   In   Italy,   pizza   is very   different   from   what   most Americans   are   used   to   experiencing.   Pizza   in   Italy is   regionally   distinct.   The   Naples   (Napoli)   area   serves   a   Neapolitan   style   pizza that is the most similar to the American style of pizza. The   restaurant   has   gone   through   many   changes   over   the   years,   withstanding the   tests   of   time--from   the   campus   riots   of   the   60's,   to   the   student   protests   of the 90's, and today, a move to south Texas.
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In    the    late    1960's,    the    Prifitera    Family    opened    the    first    Naples    in Connecticut.   After   a   few   site   changes,   the   restaurant   found   it's   home   on the   Yale   University   campus   in   New   Haven,   Connecticut.   For   some   30 years,   anyone   and   everyone   who   has   been   to   Yale   has   eaten   at   Naples. Even   Bill   Clinton,   during   his   law   school   days   (and   who   argued   politics   with Joe   Prifitera   ....   Joe,   God   rest   his   soul,   was   a   Republican!),   had   been   a patron   at   Naples.   Many   artists   such   as   Mitch   Miller,   Bill   Cosby,   Meryl Streep,   Jodie   Foster,   and   Bob   Dylan--to   name   a   few--have   renewed   their artistic   spirit   on   several   occasions   in   the   relaxed   atmosphere   at   Naples. Still   located   at   Yale,   Naples   is   a   place   where   no   one   will   rush   you   out   the door.    Many    individuals    have    written    their    books,    doctoral    theses,    and music while eating there. The   name   Naples   comes   from   the   style   of   pizza   that   is   served.   In   Italy, pizza     is     very     different     from     what     most    Americans     are     used     to experiencing.   Pizza   in   Italy   is   regionally   distinct.   The   Naples   (Napoli)   area serves   a   Neapolitan   style   pizza   that   is   the   most   similar   to   the   American style of pizza. The    restaurant    has    gone    through    many    changes    over    the    years, withstanding   the   tests   of   time--from   the   campus   riots   of   the   60's,   to   the student protests of the 90's, and today, a move to south Texas.
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