You Can Dine Under a Lemon Tree Canopy at a Restaurant in Italy

April 19, 2021 at 4:17 pm




The branches of these lemon trees form a canopy “so thick even rain can’t get through”





On a tiny Italian island called “Capri” is a restaurant whose patio dining is covered by a tightly woven ceiling of lemon branches.

The fragrant foliage of the 130 lemon trees “form a canopy so thick that even the most persistent of rains could barely make its way through,” says the restaurant Paolino Capri’s website.

The restaurant overlooks the Tyrrhenian Sea, which connects to the Mediterranean Sea.

Paolino Capri’s patrons include a long list of Hollywood stars, tourist and wedding parties.

The restaurant serves seafood, pasta, antipasta and other Mediterranean cuisine, along with a long list of unique lemony desserts.

And don’t forget to add a slice of lemon to your water, it’s super good for your health!