Aperitivo in Rome: Freni e Frizioni

Freni e Frizioni is a popular venue for aperitivi in Rome. Located a few steps away from Piazza Trilussa in the Trastevere quarter, Freni e Frizioni was once a garage - its name means "Brakes and Clu...
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Bar S. Calisto in Rome

Hanging out at Rome's Bar S. Calisto is invariably a colourful experience. The cheap prices at this down-at-heel bar, situated just off Trastevere's main piazza, attract an eclectic mix of students,...
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Big Star

This rock n'roll themed bar, located between Trastevere and the Gianicolo, takes its beer and music very seriously. In addition to a good range of beers on draft, the bar's musical tastes include s...
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Ombrerosse

A wine bar and a cafeteria known for its music (live jazz on Friday evening). Ombre Rosse offers a selection of meats and cheeses, salads and other cold dishes, excellent wine cellar and a large selec...
Trastevere neighbourhood Drinks in Trastevere neighbourhood

Antico Caffè del Moro

Antico Caffè del Moro is an historic place, a meeting place for several generations of Romans. It is located in a 16th century building. Despite its age (the restaurant has been running since 1...
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