Where to Eat in Rome Easter Sunday and Monday
Easter Sunday and Monday are busy dining days so if you haven't already made reservations do so ASAP. Here's what's open:
All’Oro: Creative Roman cuisine in a new space near Piazza del Popolo. Serving a €45 brunch on Easter Sunday and Easter Monday and dinner on Monday only. Book by calling +390697996907.
Antico Arco: Creative cuisine which draws inspiration from the ingredients and recipes of south-central Italy. Expensive, but not excessively so. Open for both lunch and dinner on Easter Sunday and Monday. Call +39065815274 for reservations.
Cul de Sac: This long established wine bar near Piazza Navona has more than 1,500 (mostly Italian) labels and, while the food leaves much to be desired, it is open Easter Sunday and Monday for both lunch and dinner.
Flavio Velavevodetto: moderately priced Roman cuisine with outdoor seating. Open both Easter Sunday and Easter Monday for lunch and dinner. Call +39065744194 for bookings.
Glass: One of Rome's Michelin star venues. located in the heart of Trastevere. open Easter Sunday for dinner. Call +390658335903.
La Torricella: Classic Roman cuisine in a familial setting in Testaccio. Open Sunday and Monday at lunch and dinner. Call +39065746311 to book.
Mesob: One of Rome’s best gastronomic–and budget–destinations, this Ethiopian restaurant will be open both Sunday and Monday at lunch and dinner. Reservations essential for lunch. Call +393382511621.
Pipero al Rex: The one-Michelin star restuarant will serve a 10-course Easter Sunday lunch for €100. Booking essential. Call +39064815702.
Panificio Bonci will be open Easter Sunday and closed Monday. Pizzarium will be closed Sunday and open Monday.