Thursday, 28 February 2019

Eating Outside: 3 Best Restaurants in Rome

Known to all, the Eternal City of Rome is an enchanting medley of haunting ruins, pulsating street life and dolce vita lifestyle – best explored through diverse Italian cuisine. Eating outside in Rome is one of the greatest joys of life, thanks to its divine weather and plethora of gorgeous piazzas! A quaint amalgamation of romantic alfresco settings, supremely delicious food and impressive views is not rare to find here. Below, we, at Vatican Tours have rounded up some of Rome’s best outdoor eateries; now savour Roman spring in all its glory!

Bar Gianicolo

Purely authentic, Bar Gianicolo is perfect for people-watching and soaking in true blue Roman feels. Take a seat outside, order a caffè or espresso of your choice and watch how Roman traffic and time whooshes down Gianicolo Hill, reckoned by many as the eighth hill of Rome.  


Dating back to 1922, Rosati is a quaint Roman ‘bar’ overlooking one of the picturesque Roman squares, Piazza del Popolo. Coupled with an old-world charm and spectacular piazza views, this upscale, historic restaurant rolls out some of the most decadent pastries and delicious hot meals of risotto, pasta and cooked meats. Don’t miss their espresso shots, they are bomb!

Trattoria da Teo

With ivy-clad walls, flower-decked balconies, cobblestoned alleys and paltry churches and basilicas embedded amongst vintage boutiques and restaurants, Trastevere is straight out of dreams. Eating outdoor in this quarter is an experience to indulge in; for that, we recommend Trattoria da Teo. Tucked away in the most tranquil part of the neighbourhood, this classic ‘trattorie’ buzzes with tourists and locals savouring hot meals of authentic Roman dishes, such as carticiofi alla romana, pasta carbonara, cacio e pepe and pasta amatriciana. However, early reservation is mandatory.

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