Designed by architect Donato Bramante in the Renaissance, it shares walls with the church of Santa Maria della Pace, which hosts artwork by Raphael. The cloister is famuos for its niche, but well-curated art exhibitions (Basquiat‘s being the last one) and its small cafe, from which you can admire the peaceful internal courtyard.
Part of the Cohouse Group — which owns also The Barber Shop, The Fish Market, and Cohouse Pigneto — this restaurant offers al fresco traditional Roman dining, with a twist. You can then enjoy cocktails in the hidden bar Dérriere, which can be accessed though the restaurant’s cupboard.
Designed by Antonio Girardi, the beautiful building hosts a hotel, the restaurant and bar L’Autre Dame, a terrace where you can enjoy a coffee or drink right beside its pool, and the classic Raspoutine club, with its red velvet interiors and DJ Lorenzo Rumi.
Probably the most famous speakeasy bar in Rome, it is also acclaimed as one of the best bars in the world. If you managed to find it and to guess the password, enjoy sophisticated cocktail recipes or old classics, whilst immersed in the 1920s atmosphere recreated with a bohemian furniture and the waiters’ personal styles.
A work of Emanuele Garosci, this luxury boutique hotel combines the tradition of an ancient roman building with the seamless modern feel of glass. Located in the heart of Rome, it is a wonderful venue to enjoy a drink or even an entire stay.
Again an opening of the Cohouse Group, which owns some of the coolest new restaurants and bars in Rome (Terrazza San Pancrazio, Coffee Pot, Osteria delle Coppelle), this space offers evening entertainment with drinks and live DJs.
By interior designer Noriyoshi Muramatsu (Glistt Studio) and chef Rainer Becker, Zuma’s quality will not leave you disappointed, especially if you book on their terrace at the top of iconic Palazzo Fendi, where the view is breathtaking.