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Coffee Shops in Rome

Are you looking for cafes in Rome where you can take a coffee break while visiting this wonderful city? In a world where coffee has become the beverage of choice for so many people, it’s no surprise that there are now countless cafes to choose from. But with so many options in Rome, in one of the most beautiful cities in the world.


Piazza Sant’Eustachio 82


+39 06 68802048

Considered by most people as the best coffee in Rome you will ever taste. The coffee served by Sant’Eustachio is the result of a strictly secret mixing.
The restaurant is not very large, in it there are two counters and, when the weather permits, there are some tables outside.
If you are in doubt about which coffee to taste, do not hesitate and ask for a “Gran Caffè“, remember that you will be served already sweetened, so if you do not want it remind the barista not to put sugar.

La Casa del Caffè Tazza d’Oro

La Casa del Caffè Tazza d’Oro: (Via degli Orfani, 84, 00186 Roma RM) this historic café is located in the heart of the Trastevere district and is famous for its welcoming atmosphere and its exquisite desserts where a renowned granita covered with layers of whipped cream is also served. The coffee is great, of course, and worth a special visit when visiting Rome. (Website)



+39 06 6874383

Entering a Castroni store is like entering directly into an explosion of scents and colors of other times. The aroma of coffee is obviously the master. Castroni is perhaps the most famous grocery store in Rome, open since 1932. Absolutely to try the cup of coffee at the counter: sublime and balanced.

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For a gift for yourself or for others you will certainly never go wrong choosing a ground or directly a package in beans. You will bring into your home all the intense scent experienced in the store.

Over time Castroni has opened in other addresses:


Via Boccea, 173/175

Phone: 06 6625779


Via Catania, 54

Tel06 44244197


Coffee House Golden Cup

MapVia degli Orfani 84
telephone+39 06 6789792

Very close to the Pantheon here is the rival of Sant’Eustachio: La Casa del caffè Tazza d’Oro. The bar is always packed with people at every minute of the day.

I strongly suggest you try at least once the famous coffee granita with double cream above and below, a real high-calorie bomb, it’s really worth it.

For a gift to take home of absolute quality and certainly appreciated, here you can find the best coffee blends.

Bar del Fico

Bar del Fico: (Via della Pace, 34, 00186 Roma RM) the Bar del Fico was born exactly a century ago as a dairy and beverage administration. It is still considered one of the reference places in the center of Rome thanks to its proposal that accompanies customers from breakfast to after dinner, passing through lunch and aperitif. Via della Pace leads to an internal courtyard that houses the Bar del Fico Restaurant, where a careful and innovative restyling has recently been carried out where a large ficus is the heart of this “city greenhouse”. (Website)

Antico Caffè del Moro

Antico Caffè del Moro: (Via della Pelliccia, 25, 00153 Roma RM) one of the best known and appreciated cafes in Rome, it specializes in the preparation of coffee and other coffee-based drinks. It is located in Via del Moro, near Termini station. (WEBSITe)

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+39 06 45555215

The Moonlight Cafè is located in Testaccio; From the outside it may seem like a bar like any other, but just enter and enjoy its coffee or cappuccino to pass through the gates of paradise. The restaurant inside is cozy and arranged on two floors. There is also an outdoor area. The Moonlight never sleeps, the café stays open from 5 am until 2 am! Perfect for an aperitif (only 7 euros!), it has free wi-fi and broadcasts all sky football matches.

Antico Caffè Greco

Antico Caffè Greco: (Via dei Condotti, 86, 00187 Roma RM) this is one of the most iconic places to drink coffee in Rome. It is located on Via dei Condotti and is famous for its historic atmosphere and chic ambiance. Famous bar of the eighteenth century richly adorned, with marble tables on which Keats and Byron drank coffee. (Website)



+39 06 3333960

Caffè Fleming is a pastry bar serving excellent homemade croissants. Needless to say, the coffee is really good, original note are the tasting events and meeting with the producers in the corner of the wine shop inside the bar.



+39 06 6791700

The Caffè Greco is the historic place of the capital, and certainly deserves to have a coffee at least once in your life if you pass or live in Rome. The restaurant inside is refined and elegant, and you can breathe all the history that for this place has passed between politics, worldliness and art. I recommend to those who want to take off the whim without spending a fortune, a simple coffee at the counter.

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+39 06 68809036

Located within the complex of the Cloister of Bramante, it gives the opportunity to stop in complete relaxation and peace in the heart of one of the most crowded areas of the center of Rome.



+39 06 3211580

Sciascia Caffè was founded in 1919 in the Prati district. In 2005 he distinguished himself for winning the title of best cappuccino in Italy.

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