Rome, IT-RM 196 Italy 6.3227449
Busy and casual posh, the tiny bistrot bottiglieria and lunch joint packs in neighborhood locals and a slew of businesspeople from the center. Menu combines Italian with continental (and a Scandinavian accent) — example: Insalata di pollo caramellato al miele and patate al cartoccio, which are baby baked potatoes. Lunch is packed. Italian diners usually drop in after 10 p.m. Open from 9 a.m. to 2 a.m., the late closing a plus in a town that nods off early and gets up late. Expect to spend up to €35 a head.
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