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  • 1

    Freni e Frizioni

    8 reviews

    Sit outdoors on the terrace or indoors at a communal table, but don't miss the aperitivo at Freni e Frizioni, one of Rome's most popular and full of opportunities for taking in the casual social life of the young Romani who come to eat, drink, chat, and gesture.

    Popular withTrendstersFoodiesBudget
  • 2

    Chiostro del Bramante

    7 reviews

    This is a gorgeous piece of architecture.

    Popular withLocalDesignFamilies
  • 3

    Open Baladin

    5 reviews

    Wide beer selection!

    Popular withNightlifeTrendstersFoodies
  • 4

    Libreria Caffè Bohemien

    3 reviews

    You would be hard pressed to find a friendlier bar in Monti. Independently owned and run by Calabrian Margherita, who never takes off her tango heels, locals and newcomers alike come here and stay longer than they planned. Their wine list is excellent as well; try the Nero di Troia.

    Popular withTrendstersLocalNightlife
  • 5

    Scholars Lounge

    4 reviews

    When I used to crave cheese fries and a pint in Rome, as incongruous as that very statement sounds, I'd sometimes get it at the Scholar's Lounge. Friendly, quality beer, and a little hint of home in the land of pasta, good wine and Latin men. Sometimes, there really is no place like home, even if where you happen to ...

    Popular withBackpackersNightlifeStudents
  • 6

    Casa Clementina

    3 reviews

    I was guided to Casa Clementina by a local ex-pat who really liked the place. This is fortunate, as I'd probably never discover it myself. The door is unmarked, and you can distinguish it only from the number 9 and a doorman out front. Cocktails are quite pricey (over 10 euros a pop), but a closer inspection of the ingredients ...

    Popular withNightlifeTrendsters
  • 7

    Lounge Bar at Hotel Locarno

    3 reviews

    No better way to begin a night out in Rome's city centre than a drink in the art deco surroundings of this bar, which has lately been attracting a smattering of the city's cognoscenti.

    Popular withNightlife
  • 8

    Abbey Theatre Irish Pub

    4 reviews

    Abbey Theater: The Roman Equivalent of Cheers -- except no one knows your name. Looking to for an authentic Roman bar? This isn't it. Looking to speak some English in an Irish-International setting. You're home. Ideal for the homesick english-speaker looking to catch a televised sporting event from the mother land. The food is pub-style delicious and the drinks are ...

    Popular withBackpackersNightlifeBusiness
  • 9

    Bar Del Fico

    3 reviews

    There's free wifi.

    Popular withNightlifeLocalStudents
  • 10

    Finnegan's Irish Pub

    2 reviews

    Fun bar. Pub. Like what you'd expect. Energetic bartenders. Rowdy crowd. You'll hear as much English here as Italian. Shots. Pints from the tap. Basically, if you're missing the ol' UK pub experience, this is the place to come. Bartenderess Luisa (or something close to that) is straight-up from England and knows how to pour a proper pint.

    Popular withBackpackersNightlifeLocal
  • 11

    Makasar

    2 reviews

    It's difficult to categorize Makasar, except to simply say it's an awesome tea house, book shop and aperitivo joint. Yes, all three. The aperitivo comes with wine or a well-made cocktail, and runs around 7 euros. Very affordable given the casual elegance of the place. The service is incredibly friendly and prompt. The tea room/bookstore/bar additionally provides free wireless Internet. ...

    Popular withTrendstersNightlifeFoodies
  • 12

    Art Two

    2 reviews

    As the name suggests, it's a very artsy place- full of primary colors on the walls and furniture. It's a cool, laid-back bar that serves a variety of drinks and apperitivos. A young, cool crowd hangs here.

    Popular withTrendstersNightlifeFoodies
  • 13

    Fluid

    2 reviews

    I really like Fluid. It's got pretty lights, a nice spread for aperitivo and friendly bartenders. It's located a short walk away from Piazza Navona, so it's not hard to find. The downside is that it's a bit cramped inside (warm, for me), and the drink I had ran a bit on the sweet side. Still, it's not overpriced given ...

    Popular withNightlifeTrendstersFoodies
  • 14

    Chiosco Lemoncocco

    2 reviews

    This small kiosk is very famous all through Rome, thanks to Lemoncocco, a very fresh beverage made of cocco and lemonade that, expecially during summertime, is a delicious refreshment against heat. There are also delicious fresh fruit smoothies.

    Popular withAdventure
  • 15

    The Bulldog Inn

    2 reviews

    Free Wifi and a super English crowd, plus a stupidly central location, make the Bulldog Inn not the place to go for Italian authenticity, but rather expat hijinks.

    Popular withBackpackersNightlifeStudents
  • 16

    Gilda

    1 review

    Gilda is one of Rome's classic nightspots, and has kept the discoteca tradition alive with shows, its own restaurant, and nightly aperitivo. Any creature of the night should go here at least once.

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  • 17

    The Fiddler's Elbow

    1 review

    Oh my GOD, how I love this place. If you're a proper American or British person craving a proper "bar," as we call it on our side, this is your place. Gino and his team run a nice, cozy little pub that serves up a variety of Irish beers on tap and hard liquors of all sorts. The place is ...

    Popular withBackpackersNightlife
  • 18

    Draft Book

    1 review

    Draft Book is a great place for a drink near the Campo de' Fiori. Part bookstore and part bar, the classy interior is a stark contrast to the dinginess (albeit a fun dinginess) of the nearby piazza. An open window allows for seating with a view of the outside. Rum drinks start from 5 euros, and the place serves Belgian ...

    Popular withTrendstersNightlifeFoodies
  • 19

    Bocca di Dama

    1 review

    Nice and relaxing coffee shop in the Prati district of Rome. Cool place to sit down and have a coffee, cornetto and other goodies. Interesting menu. The coffee pictured is what Italians called a 'marocchino'! I can't wait to go back!

    Popular withFoodiesBackpackersDesign
  • 20

    Hangar

    1 review

    Rome's very first gay bar is still around and kicking today. Leave your dancing shoes at home, because this spot is exclusively for sipping. Opened by a half-American couple, this watering hole has been in business since the early 80's, and attracts a nice slice of the international LGBT crowd. Check your ego at the door, and drink in the ...

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