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Caffes in Rome - A List
This list is taken from the book "Cafe Life Rome: A Guidebook to the Cafes and Bars of the Eternal City", by Joe Wolff (Order from Amazon). Each of these caffes is profiled in the book. I have added my notes to the caffes we have visited.
How to Order
Most Rome caffes work on the same payment/ordering system. Go in the caffe and find the cashier, tell them what you want and pay. They give you a receipt. Take this to the counter and "weigh it down" with a small coin (10 cents for one coffee). The barman will look at your receipt and ask you want you want.
In December 2003, we found the prices for an espresso (caffe) when standing that the bar to be between 65 cents (Tazza d'Oro) and 95 cents (Sant' Eustachio). Remember, you will pay more for table service.
Tazza d'Oro in Rome
Piazza Navona & Vicinity
Ghetto & Campidoglio
Piazza del Popolo
Piazza di Spagna
Via Veneto & Monti & Esquilino
Slow Travel Photos: Photos of caffes in Rome.
Slow Travel Italy - Caffes: How to read a caffe menu.
www.tazzadorocoffeeshop.com: Tazza d'Oro caffe in Rome.
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