Rating: Third Wave, Florentine Ditta Artiginale coffee served
August 15th is a famous day here in Italy, it is ‘Ferragosto’, the middle of August, a public holiday which is also the Assumption of the Virgin Mary and whatnot, whatever, people go hit the beach, the cafes, and the streets, and don’t want to be home. I had the fortunate experience of visiting the Due Fontane Bar Caffè recently (Instagram here), and was simply delighted.
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Rating: Standard, normal Roman coffee
The Caffetteria Anacleto is a nice looking place. It doubles as a coctail bar in the evening. It’s got the standard black and white Roman idea of chic decoration (see their google + page for more photos), which I will say, is not bad. From the google images I see that it’s been somewhat recently revamped. Maybe it’s changed owners, and it’s been purposefully given this new decoration. Who knows. But it’s the coffee we’re after.
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Rating: Standard, good Traditional Roman coffee
The Café du Parc is just literally a hop away from the amazing Tram Depot, so it has quite a reputation to keep up, or given that this is probably been here longer than the Tram Depot, this latter has stiff competition in order to distinguish itself. The Café du Park takes on the same free-standing kiosk structure as the Tram locale, and it’s a proper-clean place to look at. But, I will say, that the place is packed 10 feet deep with cops, bus drivers and other public social workers all the time. Continue reading “CAFÉ DU PARC, PIAZZA DI PORTA SAN PAOLO SNC, 00153 ROMA”