Restaurants for LGBT in Rome
- 612 reviews
Great food and atmosphere just steps from the Fontana di Trevi. Everything we had was extra tasty from the bread to the house wine and the steaks. Pricey but worth it!
Somewhere between a tavola calda, deli, and restaurant, Roscioli rocks some of the best cured meats, buffalo and other mozzarella this side of the Tiber. The lunch and wine list are both wonderful, and while the prices are not cheap, it's definitely worth a splurge.Popular withFoodiesLuxury
At the aperitivo hour just before dinner, there are few places we'd rather be than Al Vino Al Vino. This great little find in Monti offers an extremely reasonably priced wine list and menu of small plates (prosciutto, cheeses, olives, etc) that are fresh and delightful.Popular withFoodiesBackpackersBudget
Hidden about a quarter mile behind the Colosseum, it's well worth the search to seek out this restaurant with a tiny storefront. The tables inside are cramped, so you sit very close to the next table, but it makes it easier to discuss how good the food is here. The Nerone specialty pasta is absolutely amazing. The pasta itself is ...
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Here's the perfect place for chic after work drinks, or just stop by anytime in the evening to soak up the atmosphere created by Rome's young and fashionable.Popular withTrendstersDesignNightlife
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When I studied in Rome many years back, The Library was my refuge away from home. Located near (but not too near) Piazza Navona, it's a dark, cute hole-in-the-wall kind of place. Good cocktails, good food, and if you go late enough at night you might just find the owner and operator (a female Italian ex-flight attendant who is proficient ...
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I tried il Gelato di San Crispino no less than 10 minutes after I got Giolitti, just a few blocks away. While I preferred the fun atmosphere and the less creamy nature of Giolitti's gelato, San Crispino had no wait whatsoever. The shop is clean, offers a place to sit at a bar and it resides in a nice piazza ...Popular withFoodiesTrendstersLocal
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Friends Cafe is a lively bar. The crowd is younger (students and 30's). Outside in the square there are local vendors set up so you can shop and then drink! I would recommend heading over there for a fun night out.
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Typical Roman cuisine, just off Campo de Fiori. It's located in the Pompeo Theatre, which is older than Christ. Very much enjoyed the local dishes, as well as wines. I would definitely recommend it if you want to taste the best food the Roman cuisine has to offer. Minus: it's in a basement, underneath huge arches. Don't expect windows now. ...Popular withBusiness
We love this tiny place in Trastevere, with its changing menu, and simple dishes like polpette (meatballs) or pasta with x. This is also a good spot to try the so-called quinta quarta (the fifth fourth) the Roman name for its traditional offal dishes like tripe.Popular withFoodies