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D’ANGELO CAFFÈ BISTROT, VIA VENTI SETTEMBRE 25, 00185 ROMA

This is a really nice locale. It’s on a busy corner, hugged by another 4-5 cafes within a 10 feet radius, and yet it shines very nicely. It’s got lots of light. The interior is modern, with a French-American bistrot feeling, that is, lots of light colored wood, blight blues, chrome, and nothing heavy nor gaudy. The staff is nice and well, it works. It’s a nice change from the ‘old school’ heavy-set cafes nearby, and it was packed with government folk. One who wouldn’t quit hitting on the barista.

 

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MASCI CAFFÈ, VIA MARIO MENGHINI 58, 00179 ROMA
The locale is in the south of Rome, south oft he San Giovanni area. It’s quite new looking and very polished and clean. The Masci Caffè looks like a mix of sleek cocktail lounge and café that is definitely a style here in Rome. There’s nothing really much like a ‘hipster’ joint here (except for a few third wave places), since the shabby chic crap so in vogue in other countries is well… the norm here. People are tired of old crap in stores so ‘new’ is a bonus! Go figure no?

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