Campo de Fiori wine bars and breakfast
- sasicka Mar 22, 2013 06:46 AM
We'll be staying quite near the Roscioli bakery, towards Campo de Fiori. Could you recommend any nice wine bars around there with great food? We're fine with eating at the bar chichetti / tapas style or sitting down and enjoying a full dinner. The food should be great and they should have great wines by the glass - we'd prefer that to having an entire bottle.
Another question is the breakfast. Most of the days we'll probably nip to Roscioli and buy some bread & deli stuff to make sandwiches in the apartment but sometimes it would be great to go out for a coffee and something small (savory or sweet, doesn't matter). Can you recommend something in the vicinity?
Thanks a lot!
Caffé Farnese, on the beautiful Piazza Farnese, is a delightful place to sit and enjoy coffee and a cornetto or pastry. It IS a bit overpriced, but you are sitting on one of the loveliest piazze in Rome, lots of people watching including the activity around the Palazzo Farnese...
Angolo Divino has a great selection of natural and biodynamic wines, as well as food.
Gocetto is also a great choice.
I love the little latteria on Vicolo del Gallo. It's extremely old fashioned, and you can ask for a big cafe latte served in a bowl, sort of the French way. She also has good pastries. Don't be put off somewhat old looking interior, that's its charm! And you can always find a table.
There's "Il Goccetto", Via dei Banchi Vecchi, 14 , around 5 mins from the Campo Di Fiori, with small bites, salumi and things like that.
Not fancy, but good vibes, and good wines.
Sasicka, I can't recommend Elizabeth Minchilli's app (Eat Rome) highly enough for your visit. I downloaded it last year and used it constantly during the 5 days we were there.
Can't help with your specific request for the Campo Di Fiori area as we stayed on the other side of the river to the north.
Cantina Lucifero on Pellegrino should work for you. Good food, good wine, low-key venue. All-in-all, an interesting little place in the Campo.
I don't eat breakfast in Rome but I do buy my morning Financial Times at a local kiosk, grab an outside table at the Caffe Farnese, sip my cappuccino, eat my pastry and indulge in some of the best people watching the Campo has to offer. It never gets tired.