Bars and cafes in Italy are the local institutions, an important part of the local lifestyle and social life. Because of that, you are going to discover some wonderful, very atmospheric, charming and cosy places around each corner from the biggest city to the smallest town. Italians are truly devoted when it comes to a good quality coffee, but local cafes and bars turn into something a lot more than simply enjoying the refreshing drink during the day. After midday, local establishments are welcoming locals and tourists to enjoy quality wine, beer, or whatever needed and desired, always accompanied by delicious and fresh snacks.
After all, Italians are the people that have invented the sweet life and sweet doing nothing, so you can expect them to be the best at having fun, enjoying and celebrating life. The Italian bars, cafes, bistros and clubs are the best place to dive into this relaxing and laid back atmosphere and dedicate at least a few hours on enjoying yourself and the surrounding beauty and nothing else. There is an ever increasing trend of many new and creative bars springing up throughout the country, but in order to enjoy a memorable experience, we recommend you visit the more authentic places too. In Italy, when the sun sets down, the city transforms into a completely new and exciting world, where nightlife is truly unique and special. Make sure to browse our page and explore the best bars, clubs and pubs in Italy!
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The Legendary Harry’s Bar the only place that evokes the “Dolce Vita” as if it were an image from the film, creating a flashback in the era of Via Veneto, when Frank Sinatra was playing the piano and the stars made their appearance in this American Bar full of glamor and style. As in the roaring sixties, you can still have a drink, enjoy the piano bar every night and soak in the magic of Via Veneto in the exclusive and fascinating Harry’s Bar.
The Flann O’Brien Restaurant and Grill, Pizzeria, Pub has an eclectic layout, which offers several dining rooms and lounges for a capacity up to 250 people. We can accommodate events, meetings, business lunches and parties for any kind of request and are able to propose a variety of customized menus for party of people with maximum accuracy and with the best quality/price ratio. Translations of menus and proposals in other languages are available upon request.
The pub takes its name from the world-renowned Irish National Theatre, which was founded by William Butler Yeats and Lady Gregory. Stage props and costumes from the storerooms of the Abbey Theatre have been used in the decor, giving the pub a very special atmosphere. The six fully air-conditioned rooms of the pub are spread over two floors, and a huge range of Irish whiskeys, cocktails and long drinks are on offer, as well as Irish beers on tap including, of course, the famous Guinness.