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All Night Bakery in Rome

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While studying in Rome umpteen years ago, we used to hit the all night bakery near Piazza Cavour while waiting for the bus after a late night out. Three years ago I was back in Rome and couldn't find it. Does anyone know what I am talking about? I am going back in May with some friends and would like to revisit, if it is still there. I did find a mention of another, Dolce di Notte (Via San Francesco a Ripa) that I may try.

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  1. I've never been, but I heard there was a place sort of near the Circus Maximus, I think, that starts selling fresh cornetti at around 10:00 p.m.

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    1. re: bropaul

      Thanks. I guess poor college students who would frequent such a place don't follow chowhound

    2. I'm pretty sure you are talking about Dolce Maniera...never been there, but just saw it mentioned on the "Unseen Italy" show. I did a search and came across this link, with address and web link:

      http://www.igougo.com/story-s1368005-...

      Looks like a great place. I loved their web site!

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      1. re: ridesherown

        The place I remember was actually the back door of a bakery that wasn't a shop. They made the baked goods to sell elsewhere, but there was always a small line of college students, couples out late, they would sell some fresh hot cornets to.

        Thank you though for that great new spot I didn't know about. We need to grab a quick snack before our evening tour of the Vatican and I have been searching for some place in that area. It sounds like we'll be able to find a sandwich or treat there. You have been a great help!

        1. re: Roseolson

          If you're looking for an evening snack and not a cornetto in the middle of the night, go to Pizzarium at Via Meloria 43 for the best pizza al taglio in Rome.

          1. re: zerlina

            Very heartily second Zerlina! Pizzarium makes the best pizza by the slice, is close to the Vatican Museum entrance and is open till around 9pm.

            1. re: vinoroma

              Thank you all for the suggestions. We are planning on grabbing a bite at Pizzarium in the short hour we have between a walking tour that ends at 5 PM and a Vatican Museum evening tour that begins around 6 PM. Sounds perfect.