The Best Truly Local Bars in Rome

If you were a drink, what kind of drink would you be? A modest but honest after-work beer? A mustache-twirlingly innovative craft IPA? A delicate artisanal wine? Perhaps a flashy cocktail with a memorable name? Rome has a local, hand-picked bar for you no matter what glass you come in. Our locals have your back, so buckle up, for the night is long and full of wonders.

‘na Cosetta – Always the little things

‘na Cosetta – Always the little things

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“‘na cosetta” opens up at noon already on weekends, so it’s ideal for a lazy Sunday afternoon in Rome or a fancy little brunch.

Full Article by Matteo Mueller-Thies

Bar Giolitti – A Testaccio institution

Bar Giolitti – A Testaccio institution

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“Bar Giolitti” is one of my favorite places in Testaccio, Rome, for a gelato or a coffee at the bar. I also like sitting at one of the tables outside…

Full Article by Alexandra Turney

Bar Rosi – A piece of history

Bar Rosi – A piece of history

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“Bar Rosi” is not only the cheapest bar in Rome’s Isola Pedonale Pigneto, but it has tons of personality. It’s a family bar, and that’s why I love it…

Full Article by Rudy Di Giacomo

Big Hilda – Cheap drinks in Trastevere

Big Hilda – Cheap drinks in Trastevere

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“Big Hilda” in Rome’s Trastevere won’t cost you the earth & you’ll actually find places to sit, unlike most surrounding bars. Great happy hour & cocktails.

Full Article by Miranda Wadham

Casa Mangiacotti – Researchers of flavour

Casa Mangiacotti – Researchers of flavour

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“Casa Mangiacotti” Rome is a wine bar that makes you feel as if you have joined a new family. Its masterpiece? Its traditional home-made bread, of course!

Full Article by Rudy Di Giacomo

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