The Fiddlers' Elbow

The first Irish owned and run pub in Italy, The Fiddlers' Elbow was opened in 1976 on Via Sforza in Rome.

The original pub was small but always full and led to the opening three years later of its present location on Via dell' Olmata.

The pub has since become very well known not just in Italy but also around the world.

Situated not far from the central Termini train station and about 15 minutes walk from the Colosseum.

All major sporting fixtures screened, as well as regular live music and cultural events.

Mon-Fri 17.00-02,00. Sat-Sun 15.00-02.00

General Info

Address Via dell'Olmata, 43
Phone number 0039064872110

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The Fiddlers' Elbow

Via dell'Olmata, 43

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