As the saying goes, "When in Rome..." come do as the locals do and after a long day of shopping, eating, and experiencing the beauty of the city, work your way over to the authentic neighborhood of San Lorenzo. San Lorenzo is alive with artists, students, dreamers, and culture with plenty of bars, cafés, clubs, pubs, and restaurants. Here you can relax and chat with locals over a glass of wine while admiring the street art prevalent in the district. If you decide that more serious nightlife is in order, visit one of the many clubs here and dance the night away in one of Rome's liveliest districts.
Located just beside the Portico d'Ottavia in the Jewish Ghetto, this restaurant specializes in... Read more