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081 CAFÈ, VIA MERULANA 83, 00185 ROMA

Walking away or towards San Giovanni on the Via Merulana, this ancient route of Rome, you’ll have to grapple with the crazy traffic that chokes this avenue. And then you’ll have to pay attention to find this place. It’s called 081 Cafè and makes reference to Naples. It’s literally a hole in the wall, just a door and nothing else. But what might catch your attention, is the little stool outside and then, a big piece of wood with a La Pavoni little home lever machine at the entrance.

 

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D’ANGELO CAFFÈ BISTROT, VIA VENTI SETTEMBRE 25, 00185 ROMA

This is a really nice locale. It’s on a busy corner, hugged by another 4-5 cafes within a 10 feet radius, and yet it shines very nicely. It’s got lots of light. The interior is modern, with a French-American bistrot feeling, that is, lots of light colored wood, blight blues, chrome, and nothing heavy nor gaudy. The staff is nice and well, it works. It’s a nice change from the ‘old school’ heavy-set cafes nearby, and it was packed with government folk. One who wouldn’t quit hitting on the barista.

 

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