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January 19, 2005
There is nothing fancy in this small bar: exposed bricks, a small counter... but the mood is always great, and wine barrels are full of peanuts for customers to take (olives and cheese are also available).
In the afternoon, it's pretty quiet, and you can have lunch there with their tasty crostini, but at night... with the Campo being what it is, it's full of carefree patrons enjoying wine or limoncello (theirs is particularly excellent) to get the night started. The terrace gets full, and soon enough, the crowd just overflows around the piazza.
And the prices are not outrageous! This is one of my favourite bars in Rome.
From journal La dolce vita a Roma.
brooklyn, New York
June 21, 2000
From journal Roman Holiday