on May 19, 2001
This outdoor cafe is in Rome's Piazza Navona, an oval pedestrian plaza teeming with Italians, tourists, cafe tables, and street vendors. It is an excellent people-watching venue, but it seems the cafes are priced higher than the food is worth. For lunch, we spent $40, and all we got was a salad to split (tomatoes, lettuce, and mozzarella) and two pizzas! I would take the time to search out a cheaper place in the Piazza.
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