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Wine Bar in Rome


Enoteche offer a fine selection of wines from Italy and around the world. They are usually run by experts, eager to share their knowledge about the best combinations of wine and food. Some enoteche are simply shops for browsing.



- Bevitoria Navona – Offer the traditional mescita – wine and champagne tasting by the glass, accompanied by snacks and canapès. Their prices are reasonable : about £1,500 for a glass on tap, £3,000 upward for a quality wine, to about £8,000 for champagne.

Piazza Navona,



- Vineria Reggio – This is a typical spot for mescita, especially at night. Here professionals, residents and tourists alike meet for an apèritif or gather round a table to share a bottle.

Piazza Campo de’ Fiori,



- Opera Cafè Roma – Located in the historical centre, between the Pantheon and Piazza Navona, this restaurant is also a pizzeria, coffee bar, cocktail and wine bar, tea room and pub where major beers – Guinness, Cruzcampo, Menabrea, Maisel’s Weisse, Kilkenny – are served. The ambience is inspired by the Teatro dell’ Opera, while the furnishings have a modern touch. Open daily from 10.00 a.m. until late.

Piazza dei Caprettari, 56/60. Tel. 066877707 / 066877954.


Credit cards accepted.



- Ristorante Enoteca Capranica – This restaurant, a fixture in Rome’s high dining landscape, has a completely original feature: it derives from one of the cities oldest winecellars. Its location inside the renaissance-era Palazzo Capranica, just a stone’s throw from the Pantheon and Montecitorio, provides a suggestive ambience, making it an ideal setting for its renowned cuisine, with simple, refined dishes spanning the Mediterranean culinary culture.

Piazza Capranica, 99/100. Tel. 0669940992.

Closed on Sunday and Saturday lunch. Credit cards accepted.  

Via Cernaia 37B; tel. 06/4469630.

Credit cards accepted.



- Cul de Sac – This intimate winebar / restaurant, with outdoor tables in nice weather, boasts over 1400 Italian and foreign wines. Delicacies include homemade patè, baccalà brandade, pizzoccheri pasta della Valtellina, Roman tripe, ox-tail, onion soup, cream of red lentil soup and chickpea tortes. Located near Piazza Navona. Open from 12.30p.m. to 3.30 p.m. and from 7.00 p.m. to 12.30 a.m.; closed Monday for lunch.

Piazza Pasquino, 73. Tel. 0668801094.

Credit cards accepted.



- Gusto – Light wood and sleek steel dominated the minimalist chic ambience of this very hip restaurant, pizzeria and wine bar. Inside is a shop with books related to cuisine, gastronomic specialities and kitchen gadgets. The cuisine is creative Mediterranean with international influences. Live music, Saturday and Sunday brunch 11.30 p.m. to 3.30 a.m. and take out.

Piazza Augusto Imperatore, 9. Via della Frezza, 23. Tel. 063226273.

 Always open until late. Alll credit cards accepted fod DC.




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