Conte House I

191 Via Merulana, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy
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Saturday night in Rome

by violet_non


I'll be with my friend on Saturday night in Rome. Can someone recommend a nice pub that local people prefer? We really do not prefer a club or disco - but it shouldn't be a cafe too:) It can be around Trastevere or we are open to other suggestions.

Looking forward to hearing the suggestions!

Re: Saturday night in Rome

by craic

On The Rox in Via Galvani in Testaccio was a bar I enjoyed. I was taken there by a local - but there were also some American students. They go there because there is a bouncer - not always the case - I was told.

Happy hour is late - was it 8-9? And then I noticed the locals tended to arrive after 10. Rome is a late city.

Travel Tips for Rome

Campo de’Fiori

by Gypsystravels

Nestled between Corso Vittorio and the Tiber River, is this wonderful jumble of umbrella-topped stalls bursting with flowers and vegetables, meats and cheeses, and even T-shirts, hosiery, and luggage. The market takes place each morning except Sunday, and neighbors fill shopping bags with all the very freshest treats of Lazio. Only seasonal foods are found here. Walking throught the beautiful stalls with brightly colored flowers and smells of those wonderful fresh fruits and cheeses.

Two Football Teams

by TRimer

Rome football fans have two teams to rout for: Roma and Lazio. Formed in 1927 by the merger of various local sides (Lazio opted out), Associazione Sportiva Roma traditionally draw most of their support from within the city. Thus while surrounding areas are staunchly blue-and-white, Rome itself frequently gives the impression of being a one-team city. Gruff wrinkled market-traders and bartenders carefully pin up pictures of hero Totti, while middle-aged and elderly women recently mobbed Batistuta and Roma colleagues at a theatre in the city.

Since the team's creation Roma have won the scudetto three times, the most recently being the 2000-2001 season when the partying lasted weeks and the entire city turned giallorosso. The mass celebrations around town and in the ancient chariot arena, Circo Massimo, have already passed into legend.

Lazio was founded as an athletic club in January 1900, and Lazio fans are immensely proud of their heritage, which pre-dates many of the other modern clubs. With accuracy as well as pride Laziali call their team 'the first team of the capital.' The golden seasons, 1998-2000, saw the celebration of Lazio's centenary. Led by local hero, captain Nesta, the team suddenly saw the shelves fill with silverware. Best of all, they won their coveted second scudetto in 1999/2000.

Irish Pub

by SullyBiz about Finnegans

Sometimes after a very long day of walking, and touring, and walking some more, wine just won't cut it. Rome can be dusty and hot and beer is a necessity for such conditions. My tour guide said this was her regular spot and she and her friends even met us out for a couple of pints. It's a typical pub with football on the tv (or the Simpsons) and a broken toilet in the back. But you can sit outside and enjoy a Guinness and a smoke on the little back street patio. It's wasn't very crowded and was mostly occupied by students and other Irish/UK locals. It claims to be the ONLY Irish owned pub in Rome/Florence, but if you're looking for more of a "scene" I'm sure there are dozens of other pubs spread throughout Rome that would provide the same beverages and similar atmosphere. Definitely casual dress. I'm sure you will likely spill something on yourself here.

Our Favorite Dinner Place

by Roadquill about Old Bear

Barrel ceiling, hewn beams, dark wood, with great food, excellent service at very reasonable prices. The pumpkin ravioli is one of our favorites, but they have specials all the time that are wonderful

The other end of the price spectrum

by icunme about Panella - L'Arte del Panne

Art for all and all for art in Roma - Art paintings, frescoes, sculpture, architecture, -- now, we have art bread! We've seen nothing that compares to this bakery - neither in their creative art work nor in their prices. You will see bread that takes the unmistakeable shape of a monkey, cat, porcupine, alligator, owl, cat, turtle and each time we visit there is another figure either white and chocolate baskets, cornucopia, hearts for Valentine's Day - the choices seem endless. You will also find the traditional pastries and a couple varieties of pizza - freshly made through the day.
Panella - L'Arte del Pane
Via Merulana 54 (corner Largo Leopardi)
Tel. 06.4872344
closed Thursday and Sunday afternoon
Updated thanks to VT member abarbieri The Monkey breads are a hoot (as in "owl")


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 Conte House I

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Address: 191 Via Merulana, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy