Antica Hostaria Massa, the most historic place in Caserta, was born two centuries ago at the behest of the Massa brothers, and today as then offers traditional cuisine as a reference point for those who live in the city of but also for the most demanding guests and Cooking enthusiasts who stop in the city of the Reggia.
Antica Hostaria Massa History
In the history of Caserta, Massa has occupied and occupied this role for two centuries. In fact, at the beginning of the 19th century, two wine and oil merchants decided to open an inn within the company, to also sell cooked food.
The restaurant was a great success to the point that the Massa brothers devoted themselves entirely to the new business by moving to the city center, and choosing Risorgimento Restaurant as the name of the business.
After a parenthesis during the twenties spent on the current Piazza Dante, after a few years Massa returned to the historical environments of Via Mazzini and from here he had to face the events of the war that brought the Germans first to Caserta and then the Americans united by the only desire good food guaranteed by this restaurant. After requisitioning it, the Americans even turned it into a troop leisure club.
The departure of the Allies also marked the rebirth of the restaurant under the guidance of good chefs and attentive restaurateurs.
Today Massa returns to its former glory completely renovated by Michele and Antonio Della Rocca together with the brothers Luigi and Roberto Farina both in design and in the kitchen, according to the dictates of the chef Alessandro Monticelli, proposing the tasty dishes and the excellent wines of the Campania region even with one look at international cuisine, as the most refined gourmets ask today, but remaining that irreplaceable meeting place and historical memory Caserta.