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Five panoramic terraces where drinking and seeing Rome from above

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Terrazza Borromini (Instagram)

Rome is beautiful. But looking at the city from above is even more exciting. I listed the five best terraces where to admire the city and also to drink a good cocktail with the locals.

  1. Terrazza Borromini (Piazza Navona)

    Terrazza Borromini (Instagram)
  2. Terrazza Gianicolo

    Terrazza Gianicolo (Instagram)
  3. Terrazza San Pancrazio (Trastevere)

    Terrazza San Pancrazio (Instagram)
  4. Les Etoiles Atlante Hotel (Vatican district)

    Les Etoiles (Instagram)
  5. Zuma Rome (Palazzo Fendi, Via del Corso)

    Zuma Rome (Instagram)

 

Cloudy with a Chance of MEATBALLS. In Rome

in Eat out/Monti district

Raining meat balls. On Rome. In the Monti district opens the second polpetteria, a restaurant meat balls specialized, within a few months. Here the meatball is a poor food, our grandmothers cooked meatballs mixing the leftovers of the week. So they have become a typical element of Roman traditional cuisine. The meatballs are un classico, a classic. And even the meatballs pasta is a typical Sunday lunch dish in the winter. Polpetta Cucina & Miscelazione in 26, via dei Capocci, has a wide range of meatballs, from salty to sweet, accompanied by a glass of wine or a cocktail. The new one, Viveri Polpetteria (139, via Urbana), offers a easygoing formula, più sgarzolina, It’s open all day long, from breakfast to after dinner. Meatballs are served with drinks and dj set. Prices are low, as raw material is not expensive.
Better pasta? Read my suggestions about: Pasta lovers? Four or five suggestions. Are you searching for the best pizza in the ancient town? Eating pizza in Monti district: four ideas. Are you looking for salami and prosciutto? Check my tips All crazy for the Salumeria. Five places. Hungry for shopping?? Look this Reborn the Rinascente. Make shopping between roman ruins and rooftop with a view.

 

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