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Necci dal 1924: hip, relaxed, and charming

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Far from the tourist crowds, enjoy one of the cosiest terraces in Rome, in a hip, bohemian atmosphere. Stay as long as you like…

The Pigneto neighbourhood has seen an accelerated gentrification. A former working-class suburb, slightly dodgy, it has in just a few short years become trendy and bobo. The same is true at Necci dal 1924, the former haunt of the filmmaker Pier Paolo Pasolini, who appreciated the bar's proletarian authenticity.

Now it attracts families by day and hipsters at night. For many residents, however, the place is still a spot to escape from the tourist hordes. This is a great place to be at any time of the day or night, ideal for a morning brunch, a quick lunch, a tasty and comforting snack, or an early evening aperitivo that very often stretches on past midnight. All formulas work well in good weather the outdoor terrace is one of the nicest in town. If it's grey, no matter, the colourful offbeat interior will make you forget all about the weather. The menu features simple and delicious dishes concocted by Ben, the most Italian of Englishmen. The octopus salad and burgers are to die for, accompanied by a glass of wine or a cocktail.

Necci dal 1924
Via Fanfulla da Loci, 68
00176 Roma

+39 06 97601552

www.necci1924.com

Menu: around 30 EUR

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