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The bar is in a very beautiful piazza of Rome. I liked a lot that most of the people in the bar were native Italians and didn't have tourists at all.
We drunk very interesting cocktails and I would definitely recommend it for afternoon drinks
Beautiful view just in front of the bar.
The cocktails were like 10€ each but you can seat down and chill out as long as you consume which it is fair enough.
The cocktails where amazing and they bring you antipastis with them.
We arrived at 6pm and was told that aperativo started at 7pm. We were moved to different seats 3 times and then after an hour and a half had a reserved sign put on our table?
Dispite feeling awkward, the aperativo consisted of mostly vegetable...More
Sorentino’s well awarded and splendid movie La Grande Belezza has an atmosphere that is hard to describe and even harder to catch. Ever since I saw the movie - i have been looking for that atmosphere in placee when in Rome. Salotto 42 has that...More
We were struggling to find somewhere to eat in Rome on a Sunday, glad we found this place. Nice relaxed atmosphere and a good brunch. Quite expensive, but a nice place if you want something a bit different in Rome.
We came for a quick drink before. Really cool bar that didn't feel touristy even though it's right near Fontana di Trevi. Tried a few version of Aperol Spritz, all were delightful.
Give it a go, I'm sure you'll enjoy.
Have been here a few times and only had really good cocktails!
Since this is Italy, it would be great if the bar menu was of similar standard. But this doesn’t change the fact that the drinks are top notch!!
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