Located around the corner from Campo de’ Fiori, Ditirambo serves traditional Italian cuisine along with a wide variety of wines from their impressive wine cellar. The restaurant retains décor from centuries past, with an ancient exposed beamed ceiling and archaic arches. Their menu consists of dishes made from the freshest seasonal ingredients and offers various delicacies every month for all tastes and prices. Pasta, bread, and desserts are all homemade here, and the wine cellar is truly exceptional, with over 400 wines divided by region, including organic wines, rare wines, dessert wines, spirits, brandies, and selected craft whiskeys. Since this place is small, be prepared to wait a little while to get a table, or better yet, make a reservation in advance by phone.
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