The most expensive espresso you could ever drink, but the ambience is so unique that it worths...
Restaurants near Antico Caffè Greco
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- 30.17 mi0.17 mi from Antico Caffè Greco2 reviews
Lovely coffee shop with a few outdoor seats. The dramatic interior makes it worth a stop.Popular withDesignLuxuryLGBT
- 40.19 mi0.19 mi from Antico Caffè Greco1 review
Recafe is the full-service restaurant version of the popular Pizzaré pizzerias in Rome. Here you can get Napolitan pizza, appetizers and mains.
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- 70.12 mi0.12 mi from Antico Caffè Greco
Charming, unpretentious, inexpensive and authentic specialties from the island of Sardinia. It's a rarity in the area around the Spanish steps. Run by the brothers Zucca. Try pasta di musica (thin crisp bread, named after the paper on which music was printed), tiny pasta with tomato sauce, ravioli stuffed with cheese and vegetables, grilled squid, grilled cheese with honey and ...
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- 90.14 mi0.14 mi from Antico Caffè Greco2 reviews
This is the fanciest McDonald's I've ever been to! It's always interesting to see what they serve up at foreign McDonald's, here I saw that they do indeed serve a "Royal" instead of a Quarter Pounder. And they also have some kind of Gelato alongside the regular McFlurry.
- 100.13 mi0.13 mi from Antico Caffè Greco1 review
They say it's impossible to find a bad meal in Italy. Even when the restaurant is located right next door to the most touristy of areas. This holds true for Alla Rampa. Situated right next to the Spanish Steps, this is one of my favorite pasta driven restaurants in Rome. But careful filling up on the linguini and save room ...
- 110.12 mi0.12 mi from Antico Caffè Greco1 review
Mariotti serves pizza in one store and gelato in the other. I came here expecting nothing, as it's located right outside of the Metro, but I was pleasantly surprised. I had a slice with arugula, a ton of veggies and tuna. It had good flavor and texture, and it didn't cost me a lot. Not bad.Popular withFoodiesBudgetBusiness
- 120.18 mi0.18 mi from Antico Caffè Greco
Caffè Maneschi is a nice break from the crowds of Via del Corso. Come inside for an espresso or one of their many sweet and savory food options. Don't forget to use the restroom before leaving. Ultra-friendly service. Impressed.Popular withFoodies
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- 150.07 mi0.07 mi from Antico Caffè Greco1 review
If you are a fan of chocolate, you MUST stop here and try the gelato! The chocolate flavors are insanely chocolately! The gelato menu here has more "fussy" and gourmet style flavors that will appeal more to adults than children; I had the cinnamon dark chocolate gelato and it was yummy. It's not the best gelato ever, but the inventive ...Popular withFoodiesFamilies
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- 170.17 mi0.17 mi from Antico Caffè Greco
When I lived in Rome and wanted to have some Japanese food this was the only place I could think about. It is a quite large restaurant close to Piazza di Spagna. Food is good and the environment relaxing. Staff is not particularly gentle but dinner here is still a nice experience.
- 180.35 mi0.35 mi from Antico Caffè Greco46 reviews
You'd have to be pretty mean-spirited to hate this place, which is the most famous gelato shop in Rome. Is it the best ice cream in the world? No, but it's a local institution and fun for all ages.Popular withFoodiesLocalBudget
- 190.56 mi0.56 mi from Antico Caffè Greco19 reviews
One of Rome's classic bars, with some of its most famous caffe. Be sure to try the crema, which is drops of coffee and sugar whipped into a frothy delight and dribbled into your coffee. Sure, it's packed, but worth it.Popular withFoodiesLocalBudget
- 200.34 mi0.34 mi from Antico Caffè Greco22 reviews
According to some people this is one of the best Gelato in Rome. In my opinion it was just good. I had the "meringue il cioccolato" wich was extremely sweet for my taste.Popular withFoodiesFamiliesLocal