CERULLI CAFFÈ, VIA GIOSUÈ CARDUCCI 14, 00187 ROMA

Standard Rathing

 

Rating: Standard, mid to low-end Roman coffee

 

The Cerulli Caffè is in the Sallustiano Rione of Rome, a skip away from Termini station, and a skip away from a dozen other cafes, like all places of Rome. What sets this place apart from some of the other sandwich type places in this area is that it’s got a big seating and restaurant type area. Besides this, it was decked with a 1980s type mirror and wood paneling décor, that is reflective of Rome’s 1970s-80s bar boom period.

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CARRA SNACK BAR CAFFÈ, VIA 20 SETTEMBRE 24, 00187 ROMA

Standard Rathing

 

Rating: Standard, mid to low-end Roman Coffee

The Carra Snack Bar Caffè, or more commonly known by locals as the ‘Dei Pari Snack Bar Tabacchi’, or the ultra generic name for ‘café’ here in Rome, is right next door to a newer and preppier, and for some, cooler café. But whatever, it means that the younger, preppier, and wannabe yuppies of Rome go there, and the normal working folk go here. I walked in and I got very nice courteous service. It’s a mono-locale, with a shallow space inside. You walk in and you almost run into the counter. Here you have a counter with lots of food and two baristas kicking out the sandwiches and cafes.

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SOFIO CAFFÈ, VIA FRANCESCO CATEL 18/20, 00152 ROMA

Mid-Level Roman coffee

Rating: Standard, above average Traditional Roman coffee

The Sofio Cafe is nestled in a very residential area, and appears almost unexpectedly. The concentration of cafes in this small area of Monteverde is surprising, the Francesco Catel street is touching via F. Ozanam which has a good number of cafes on it already. So let’s see how this place survives the competition.​

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