Via dei Condotti
High-rolling shoppers and window-dreamers take note, this is Rome’s smartest shopping strip. At the eastern end, near Piazza di Spagna,...
Caffè Greco opened in 1760 and is still working the look: penguin waiters, red flock and age-spotted gilt mirrors. Casanova, Goethe,...
Near the Spanish Steps, locals and tourists alike prop up the 19th-century wooden bar, or sit at outside tables or in the tastefully...
Lonely Planet review
With a tiny dark interior whose walls are covered in paintings and sketches right up to the high ceilings, Fiaschetteria (meaning ‘wine-sellers’) is a discreet, intimate, stuck-in-time place with a short menu and no telephone. Expect fashionistas with appetites digging into traditional Roman dishes (pasta e ceci and so on).