Da Simo…Pane e Vino
Tucked away on Via di Parione, right beside some of the most popular squares in the city, this tiny bar is conveniently located for a refreshing spritz after a long day sightseeing in the historic centre of Rome. Few tourists stumble upon its charming terrace, as it is set back slightly from the bustle of the restaurant-lined streets leading off Piazza Navona, in a quiet spot.
As well as a good range of beers and freshly prepared spritz, this bar boasts extremely affordable prices, a rare find in the city centre! With bottled beer starting from 1 euro, and an Aperol spritz at 3.50 €, you can afford to while away the evening people watching as the sun goes down and the streets fill with locals hurrying to aperitivo hour.
This friendly bar is also a street food joint, serving up delicious panini filled with whichever tasty sauce takes your fancy. Head to the counter to choose between local delicacies such as veal with mushrooms, beef with spices and garlic, or hearty sausage and tomato stew, before adding a vegetable of your choice and tucking in. If you plan to return it’s worth signing up for the loyalty card, which offers one free panino for every 10 you buy!
Address: Via di Parione, 34
Opening Hours: Open every day from 11 am to 11 pm
Facebook: Da Simo Pane e Vino