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

Al Vino al Vino – Relaxed wine bar

Al Vino al Vino – Relaxed wine bar

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“Al Vino al Vino” Rome is a laid-back wine bar that I would say is a perfect place for a pre- or after-dinner, choosing from over 20 options of wines…

Full Article by Livia Hengel

Bar Caffè Perù – Historic neighborhood bar

Bar Caffè Perù – Historic neighborhood bar

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“Bar Caffè Perù” is where artists, intellectuals usually meet, and still is a local go-to, where you can drop by any time any day for a bite or a drink…

Full Article by Livia Hengel

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

Baylon Café – Hip café and bar in Trastevere

Baylon Café – Hip café and bar in Trastevere

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“Baylon Café” Rome is a hip café and bar which makes for a great place for lunch or “aperitivo” as the locals would. The menu is extensive and creative…

Full Article by Livia Hengel

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