A striking Renaissance building is now an art space and coffee shop.
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This chic bar above Palazzo Fendi is sophisticated without being overbearing.
Piazza di Pietra is one of the most beautiful squares in Rome. Located between the Trevi Fountain and the Pantheon, most people rush directly through it or miss it altogether. But smack dab in the middle, opposite Hadrian’s Temple, is Salotto 42. Salotto 42 is a small cocktail lounge with a fashion feel. That is […]
Rome, Rome Churches, Things to Do in Rome, Unexpected Rome
Unexpected Rome: The Church of Santa Barbara Dei Librari
Sandwiched between two apartment buildings, the tiny church is a rainbow of marble inside.
I sometimes forget about Open Baladin. Incredibly central, a huge selection of craft beers and beautifully designed – I should be there more often than I am. But all of those attributes make it a popular place to hang out, with weekend lines stretching out the door. When we were in Torino for a quick […]
What to see, do and eat with just one day in Rome.
It is hard to find a more pedestrian heavy spot than the Largo Argentina bus stop. Visitors and locals alike pass by throughout the day, waiting for buses to Termini and beyond. If you have stood here, you have absolutely passed by Vice Gelato. Inside, I am most fascinated by the walls. Studded, icy, sparkly, […]
See Rome through Spritz colored glasses with a cocktail tour