Food Where To Buy

SUPERMARKET – MARKET -FRUIT -BREAD- BUTCHER- DELICATESSEN 

You don’t have to go far to find great addresses for quality food products.

SUPERMARKETS

APARTMENT AREA Distance 5′

CARREFOUR
Via dei Giubbonari 15,
The first Carrefour is next to Roscioli’s, leaving the front door on the left. 

Via del Biscione 79
The other one is close to Campo di Fiori (poorly provided).

TIGRE
Via dei Pettinari 70 Distance 1 minute

The nearest supermarket is less than 50 metres away, on the right as you leave the house. It is not very big and not well-stocked, ideal for quickly shopping.

ESSELUNGA
Via Tomacelli, 21  (Area Piazza di Spagna Distance 15′)
Esselunga, Italy’s best-known supermarket chain, has recently opened a store in Via Tomacelli (Piazza di Spagna). The assortment is good, and there are also many pre-prepared foods. The store also has a cafeteria with a pleasant terrace where you can take a break.

EATALY
Piazzale 12 Ottobre 1492  (Ostiense District Bus 23 – 280)   
https://www.eataly.net/it
Eataly is a magnificent, ample space dedicated to everything good produced in Italy. Here, you can buy the best products of our gastronomy, from meat to cheeses, fish to fruit, wines to beers, oils and preserves, pasta, bread, and coffee. Many catering outlets, each with its peculiarity, enrich the experience. Traditional restaurants, pizzerias, steakhouses, and many corners are dedicated to street food.

BIOLOGICAL FOOD

NATURA SI
Piazza Farnese 99/100    Distance 8’

Here, you’ll find Biodynamic, organic, and natural products, as well as gluten-free and intolerant products for vegans and vegetarians. There is also a cafeteria service and takeaway lunch.  

LA CAPRA RAMPANTE
Via di Porta Castello 36  (Prati District Castel Sant’Angelo Bus 23)
www.lacaprarampante.com

GLUTEN- FREE                STORE
L’ALBERO DEL PANE

Via Santa Maria del Pianto 19 (GHETTO Area) Distance 4 minutes
GLUTEN-FREE ROME
Viale Trastevere 237b (Trastevere Area)  Distance 15′ minutes  Bus 8

All kinds of products are Gluten-free.
IL CANESTRO

Via San Francesco a Ripa 105  www.ilcanestro.com (Trastevere Area)   Distance 16′  bus

PANDALI’
Via di Torre Argentina 3 Pantheon Area Distance 8

A few steps from the apartment, you can find  Pandalì.  It’s a bread factory dedicated to celiac.  In addition to the bakery,  you will find ready-made dishes, cakes, croissants,

CASTRONI
Via Cola di Rienzo, 196/198          (Prati district)   Distance 30  bus 81
Via Frattina 79  (piazza di Spagna Area) )   Distance 16′
CELIAFOOD
Via Trionfale, 15  (Vatican Museum Area)  Bus 492

VEGETARIAN/VEGAN      STORE         
Box 83 Vegan Store Mercato Testaccio (TESTACCIO DISTRICT  BUS 23)
Da Barbara is a vegan deli in the new Testaccio Market, where you can do 100% vegan shopping. You will find veg cheeses, sliced meats, rice, legumes, creams, sweets, spices, plant-based drinks, and cruelty-free body care products. In addition to buying products, you can also eat seitan and tempeh sandwiches, piadinas, vegetables, and plant-based cheeses on-site.
 

FRUIT

CAMPO DI FIORI OPEN AIR MARKET 
Campo di Fiori Area
Distance 2’   
The market in Campo di Fiori is undoubtedly popular and equally famous, a reputation that comes from the past but no longer corresponds to reality.  The market may be beautiful, and you will find many fruit and vegetable stalls of poor quality. Don’t be seduced by the stalls selling spices, oils, bottles of vinegar, etc.  Campo di Fiori is not where to buy them; Italians don’t eat coloured pasta or use that spice in their cooking.  The best stands to purchase fruit and vegetables are those on the left-hand side coming from the flat. 

ER CIMOTTO         
Piazza San Giovanni della Malva 6      (Trastevere Distance 5’)      
An excellent place to buy fruit and vegetables is in Trastevere, just beyond Ponte Sisto.
High prices, more than elsewhere.      

CAMPAGNA AMICA MARKET OPEN-AIR MARKET
via S. Teodoro 78    (Circo Massimo Area Distance 20’)
 www.campagnaamica.it 
If you like local products and have a direct relationship with producers near the Circus Maximus, I recommend the market for friendly shopping. The Mercato di Campagna Amica is one of the city’s most popular farmers’ markets. All the products on sale here are grown or bred in our region. They are all zero-km agricultural products, guaranteed, safe, and of high quality: fruit, vegetables, cheese, dairy products, fish, bread and baked goods, cereals, flour and pasta, pulses, oil, fresh meat, cured meats, honey, preserves, fresh raw milk, plants and flowers and much more. It is also possible to have lunch inside the market. Prices are higher than in ordinary supermarkets, and you are careful where you don’t see the cost to avoid unpleasant surprises.
Open only on Saturday and Sunday from 08:00 to 15:00

MERCATO TESTACCIO OPEN-AIR MARKET 
via Beniamino Franklin, via Alessandro Volta (Testaccio District Bus 23 – 280 -30)

The Testaccio market is a must-see gourmet polo, ideal for all gourmets. Perfect for those looking for fresh produce, it’s the no-plus for those who love street food, greedy dishes, and excellent raw materials—a fantastic place for its variety.

Food Where To Buy

SUPERMARKET – MARKET -FRUIT -BREAD- BUTCHER- DELICATESSEN 

You don’t have to go far to find great addresses for quality food products.

BREAD

IL FORNO DI CAMPO DI FIORI
 Piazza Campo Di Fiori 22  Campo di Fiori Area Distance 3’

“Il Forno di Campo de’ Fiori has a centuries-old history that binds it inextricably to the square from which it takes its name. Don’t be surprised by the line and the crowding in front of the pizza and bread counters. You will be served quickly even if the staff and owners are unempathetic and wildly hurried. Here, you come mainly for the hot, freshly made, fragrant pizza, white, red or stuffed (with mortadella). In addition to pizza, there is no shortage of bread and sandwiches in all their variations. They are prepared with selected flours and attention to leavening, dry cookies, including the much-loved wine doughnuts, tozzetti, and fragrant baked goods. Next door, on the same property, you can opt for white pizza stuffed in various ways and a few sandwiches. Open  08,00/ 20,00. Closed Sunday

ANTICO FORNO ROSCIOLI
Via Dei Chiavari 34   Campo di Fiori Area Distance 2’

As you pass by, you will smell the irresistible aroma of bread. Apart from being excellent, the bread is almost always warm, like the fantastic pizza.  Expensive
Open  08,00/ 20,00 Closed Sunday 

FORNO MONTEFORTE   
Via del Pellegrino 129       Campo di Fiori Area Distance 8’

Excellent bread is available in various shapes, flavours, and flours.

TULIPANE
via del Pavone 28 Campo di Fiori Area Distance 10’
Small and elegant bakery in an alley that joins Corso Vittorio Emanuele and via dei Bianchi Vecchi. Excellent products under savoury bread pizza, sweet croissants, tarts, cookies, and other goodies. Prices are definitely out of the average.       

LA RENELLA
Via del Moro 15 Trastevere Area Distance 10’

Known for excellent bread, it is also a good address for a piece of pizza slices. Unfortunately, the environment is harsh and hasty.

FORNO CONTI & Co.
Via Giusti 18  Esquilino District Bus 70
This is probably the best bakery in town. The bread is all sourdough with flour from Italian mills; there is also rye bread, spelt bread, Roman, white, and red pizza, and speciality bread, such as walnuts and honey, turnip greens, and roasted almonds—also captivating breakfast pastries and pain au chocolat.

PANDALI’
Via di Torre Argentina 3 Pantheon Area Distance 8’
A few steps from the apartment, you can find  Pandalì.  It’s a bread factory dedicated to celiac.  In addition to the bakery,  you will find ready-made dishes, cakes, croissants,
 

ARTISANAL PASTA

PASTA ALL’UOVO SORELLE PIRAS
Via del Moro 32  TRASTEVERE Area Distance 8′
Ph.:. 06/5803759
Closed Sunday and Thursday afternoon
Fresh pasta workshop where to the classic tortellini tagliatelle agnolotti and many other typical products

You can find delicious products exclusive to Sardinia, from the classic culurgiones (agnolotti with the typical spike shape stuffed with potatoes), fregula, and malloreddus. They are prepared with care and attention. The same attention is shown to customers; feel free to ask for advice.

IL TORTELLINO dal 1963
 
Via Luigi santini 18A ( Piazza San Cosimato – Trastevere) Distance   16′

Small handicraft shop that prepares fresh pasta every day: tonnarelli, fettuccine, tagliatelle, cannelloni,  ravioli, tortellini, gnocchi. Closed Sunday. 

BUTCHERIES

LA MACELLERIA di CAMPO di FIORI
Via dei Balestrari Corner Piazza Campo di Fiori
Distance 2′

Behind the apartment at the corner with  Campo di Fiori e Via dei Giubbonari, a safe address to buy good meat. Closed Sunday

MACELLERIA ORELLI
Piazza del Biscione 97/98  Piazza Campo di Fiori Distance 3′   
Orelli is a historic butcher’s shop, as you can tell immediately by looking at the sign. Here, as well as the most prized cuts of meat, you can also find less noble cuts such as tripe, offal, liver and tail, also known as “quinto quarto” (fifth quarter), widely used in traditional Roman cuisine. Excellent value for money.Closed Sunday  

KOSHER DELIGHT    
Via del Portico di Ottavia 11      Ghetto Area Distance 5′  

The kosher reality in the heart of the Ghetto is where you can buy meats processed by Jewish rules, whether fresh cuts already portioned or welcome sausages, such as the very famous pastrami, in addition to fresh produce and preserves.

 It closed on Saturday, Friday and Sunday in the afternoon.

SIGNORINI
Via San Francesco a Ripa 50   TRASTEVERE Distance 14′     

An excellent butcher with the finest quality meat is original, prepared and ready to cook. 

ANGELO FEROCI   
Via della Maddalena 15  Pantheon Area Distance 12’         

Ancient Butcher’s Shop has been open for over 100 years and is one of the city’s most renowned shops. Superb and excellent selection of meats of various origins, a wide selection of products ready to cook, stuffed vegetables, roasts, burgers, and kebabs. The prices are a bit ‘higher than in other places. Closed Sunday -Saturday and Thursday (Afternoon) 

AVENTINA Carne e Bottega
Via  della Piramide Cestia 9  Circo Massimo Bus 628

www.aventinaroma.com
Butcher’s shop and restaurant. All the aspects that revolve around the term ‘meat’ coexist here. It is a good address for a journey of taste. Where to buy in the rich gastronomic department with an excellent selection of cold cuts, cheeses, various delicacies, and meat.

Or enjoy excellent Florentine steaks, delicious ribs, and fresh tartare. SUNDAY CLOSED

 

Food Where To Buy

SUPERMARKET – MARKET -FRUIT -BREAD- BUTCHER- DELICATESSEN 

You don’t have to go far to find great addresses for quality food products.

COLD CUTS, HAMS, CHESES.

ANTICA NORCINERIA VIOLA
Piazza Campo di Fiori 43  Distance 2′

In the center of the square on the right-hand side is this small, well-stocked charcuterie shop, overflowing with all kinds of cold meats and salami, with an intense aroma that can only tempt us.  Closed Sunday

RUGGERI
Piazza Campo di Fiori   Distance 2’

In this shop the quality of the products is good. The prices are not lower. Closed Sunday

ROSCIOLI
Via dei Giubbonari 21  Campo di Fiori Apartament Area Distance 2’
Regarding food, Roscioli is a certainty of quality.  Roscioli has shops in every sector of the food industry, bars, restaurants, ovens, tastings, and salumerias, all within easy reach of home.  Wines, cheeses, cured meats, salmon, caviar, foie gras, pickles, preserves and sauces. A rich and varied selection of the best gastronomic products from our country and beyond, A veritable vault of good food. Prices are, unfortunately, highly high, but quality costs money. The delicatessen is even a restaurant.

DA’ERCOLE, CACIO della CAMPAGNA ROMANA
Via dell’Arco del Monte 4 Apartment Area Distance 2’
Newly opened small shop with a good selection of local and other cheeses, slightly high prices

RUMA Bottega Organica
via di Parione, 13 
  Piazza Navona Area Distance 8’

Ph.: 0689471435 rumabottegaecucina.com
Ruma, Bistro-Bottega is the Roman outlet of the Tuscan farm La Maremmana, from which all the raw materials used in the kitchen can be purchased. On one side is the bottega, with a beautiful steel counter with cheeses; in the back is the kitchen, and on the other is the lounge. A good address for a breakfast of buffalo yogurt, ricotta, and fruit compotes, but also ideal for a lunch break with cheeses, from the more classic to aged mozzarella to burrata, vegetable lasagna, and buffalo meatballs, and to finish an excellent ice cream. Courteous service.

 BEPPE E I SUOI FORMAGGI
Via di Santa Maria del Pianto 9 Ghetto Area Distance 5′
Ph.: 06 68192210
A reference point for cheese lovers. With an extraordinary assortment based on product quality and the selection of producers. The same careful selection applies to the cured meats on display. Of course, you can go shopping, but above all, you can sit in the dining room and taste these delicacies accompanied by an excellent glass of wine. Closed on Sunday

LA DIFFERENZA
Largo Magna Grecia 4-5, Ph.: 06 7049647 BUS 81-87′

Although not a stone’s throw away, it is the reference point for quality shopping. It is the ideal place for lovers of high gastronomy. It is the place to go if you are looking for exclusive, if not unique, food products from small producers in every part of Italy that you will find somewhere else, certainly not in any supermarket: cheeses, cold cuts, wines, preserves, and liqueurs. Products of excellence are chosen and selected with great care, and even if they are relatively expensive, the price is decisively justified.
LA DIFFERENZA BISTROT
Intercommunicating with the shop, there is a restaurant where you can go for lunch, an aperitif or dinner.
There are no starters, but you can choose from the delicacies available at the counter, opting for a caprese, a burrata, or a panino (the charcuterie and cheese boards are not to be missed) and then eat them at the table. Or opt for the kitchen’s proposals: beef tartare, meatballs with sauce, baccalà mantecato, veal alla fornara, pork neck with butter and anchovies, a bruschetta with culatello with pears, octopus and peppers, an egg cooked at low temperature with endive and bottarga accompanied by a good wine. The wine list includes around 200 labels, including natural and traditional wines.

The ambiance is familiar.

La Differenza Bistrot. Largo Magna Grecia 4-5. Ph.:. 06 7049647

 

COLD CUTS, HAMS, CHESES.

ERCOLI IN TRASTEVERE
Via Giggi Zanazzo, 4 Trastevere Area Distance 12’

Ph.: 06 96527412 www.ercoli1928.com

Ercoli is a historic Roman Bottega with branches in other neighbourhoods and a reference point for good food and drinks for Romans. This one in Trastevere is the latest and most recent. It is a place where you can do your quality shopping and eat in the large outdoor area. There is a delicatessen, cheese shop, fish products, restaurant, cocktail bar, bakery with bread and pizzas, cookies, croissants, sandwiches, bagels, maritozzi cafeteria, and spice shop.  

 FORME – DISPENSA A RIPA
Via SAN FRANCESCO A RIPA 71 Trastevere Area Distance 12’

Ph. 0651964524
A nice little place to buy or taste on-the-spot authentic Italian specialities, hams, cheeses, salumi oils, and vinegar wines. Alongside French specialities. 

 ANTICA CACIARA TRASTEVERINA
Via San Francesco a Ripa 140       Trastevere Area Distance 142

This shop retains all the charm of its hundred years of life. The cheese lovers here can find cheeses of each type, Pecorino, Mozzarella, Bufala, Ricotta Formaggio di Fossa, and Castelmagno for all tastes, and the owners are always ready to give you some advice. You will also find excellent cured meats, good bread and other fantastic food products here. Closed Sunday Distance

NORCINERIA IACOZILLI
Via Natale del Grande 15  Trastevere Area Distance 12’
Bottega is a historic Roman ideal place for a stopover in the Roman tradition. Excellent cold cuts, hams, bacon, pork, also homemade. Cheese, bread, sandwiches. Closed Sunday

 VOLPETTI
Via Marmorata 47  Testaccio District Bus 23- 280

If you want refined or accurate delicacies, Volpetti on Via Marmorata in Testaccio is a good address. Here, you will find gastronomic excellence from every region of Italy. Cheese, cured meats, bronze-drawn pasta, rice, cereals, preserves, cookies and chocolate from the best artisan producers. The price is commensurate with the quality offered.
The adjacent and eponymous tavern is a good place for a quick lunch, an aperitif, or an authentic dinner.

PODERE VECCIANO
Via dei Serpenti 33  Monti district Bus 70

Ph.:. 06/48913812
A store in the heart of the Monti district, Podere Vecciano is a farm located in the countryside of Chianciano (Siena). Here, you can find fine products of Tuscan origin, including typical regional products of sweet and savoury gastronomy, wines, oils, mustards, jams, sauces, and kitchen utensils made of olive wood .

LA FORMAGGERIA
MERCATO DI PIAZZA EPIRO    Box 25    SAN GIOVANNI District Bus 628 or 87
ww.francescoloreti.it
It is one of the best-known cheese shops in the city, thanks to the careful selection of cheeses and foreign cheeses offered by its proprietors, who are true experts and enthusiasts of their work. The rich counter offers fresh, matured goats, buffalo and sheep’s milk cheeses and a wide selection of cured meats.

 

COLD CUTS, HAMS, CHESES.

SCOVAVENTI
Piazza della Torretta  27  Pantheon Area  Distance 12’

www.scovaventi.it
This one in Piazza della Torretta is the sales outlet and showcase of the Tuscan farm of the same name. Here, you can buy organic extra virgin olive oil, honey, canned vegetables and tomato puree in various formats. All products of excellence

 ANTICA NORCINERIA VOLPETTI
Via della Scrofa100 www.anticanorcineria.com  Piazza di Spagna Area Distance 14’

You can feel the atmosphere of yesteryear in this butchery of ancient tradition, which selects the best variety of meats throughout the national territory. Among the specialities, take advantage of the Felino salami and mortadella Campotosto; keep up the excellent mountain ham, and cut strictly to the knife. Closed Sunday

FOCACCI
Via della Croce 43  Piazza di Spagna Area Distance 15′

www.salumeriafocaccai.it
Gastronomic excellence is selected and guaranteed by an old family tradition. Hams, cheeses, oils, vinegar, truffles and caviar. High prices.

COMPTOIR de FRANCE
Via Giovanni Vitelleschi, 20  Prati District Bus 23
The reference point for lovers of French products. Large selection of wines, cheeses and pâtés of the highest level.

La TRADIZIONE
Via Cipro 8  Prati District Bus 492

www.latradizione.it
It is one of the best-stocked delicatessens in the city, at least as far as niche and sometimes even rare products are concerned, most of which cannot be found in other shops. It offers high-quality hams and salamis, fresh and aged Italian and foreign cheeses, oils, jars of butter, fresh pasta, preserves, and wines. It also offers ready-made dishes and gastronomic specialities. It is very expensive.                                                             

Food Where To Buy

SUPERMARKET – MARKET -FRUIT -BREAD- BUTCHER- DELICATESSEN 

You don’t have to go far to find great addresses for quality food products.

FISHMONGERS

ATTANASIO 
Piazza del Paradiso 16/17  Campo di Fiori Apartment Area Distance 3′

A few steps from Campo di Fiori, the Pescheria Attanasio is a safe place to buy fresh fish from our seas and excellent street food and takeaway.
It is open from Tuesday to Saturday, 7.30 am to 3 pm and 7 pm, with an aperitif in the evening.

ORFEO SCAFETTI LA STADERA 
Via della Croce 71a  (Piazza di Spagna) Distance 16′
   

In the heart of the shopping streets is a small fish market stocked with fresh fish. Expensive.  Open Tuesday and Friday all day, the other day in the morning.
Closed on Sundays and Mondays

SPICES

CASTRONI
Via Cola di Rienzo 196/198  (Prati District Bus 81)
Via Frattina 79 (Piazza di Spagna)  Distance 16′
Castroni is undoubtedly one of the most famous shops in the city, and everyone knows it. On the shelves are countless kinds of teas, jams, honey, coffees, candies, chocolates, wines, spirits, spices, caviar, salmon, pate, tortilla chips, sauce, Sushi and caviar, biscuits and biscuits, crackers, pate, sauces, rice of every quality, pasta, nuts, coffee.  There is a thriving espresso bar inside and a corner dedicated to roasting. You can find products from all over the world alongside a good selection of Italian products, including the best extra virgin olive oils and balsamic vinegar bottles. There are several other Castroni in Rome, with Cola di Rienzo being the most significant and best stocked. Standard prices

AD HOC                 
Via del Vantaggio 28  (Piazza del Popolo) Bus 628 Distance 25′
www.tartufoadhoc.com
Ad Hoc is a shop entirely dedicated to the truffle, fresh or processed, or in addition to sauces and oils, with a small recipe book complete with information.

INNOCENZI
via Natale del Grande 31 (Trastevere) Distance 16′
An old grocery store, filled to the brim with all kinds of spices, marmalades, sauces, pulses, cereals, oils, biscuits, chocolate, and tea piled up in every corner, is like moving through a rich and precious labyrinth of delicacies.

EMPORIO DELLE SPEZIE
Via Luca della Robbia 20  Testaccio District Bus 23 – 280

www.emporiodellespezie.com 
For spice lovers, Emporio delle Spezie is a true paradise. Professional and amateur chefs, expert gourmets and cooking enthusiasts stock up here. Heady scents will greet you from the moment you enter. Not only spices, of course, but also other niche products, such as capers or different kinds of salt, dried vegetable flakes and many other delicacies.

TEACOFFEE

BIBLIOTEQ
Via dei Banchi Vecchi 124   Campo di Fiori Area Distance 12′

There are Teas from around the world in this store, mixtures, flavoured teas, rooibos teas, herbal teas, spices, jams, honey, and an excellent selection of accessories.  Closed Sunday

TE’ e TEIERE
Via dei Banchi Nuovi 37 Castel Sant’Angelo Area Distance 12′
www.teeteiere.it
For tea lovers, this is an address to keep in mind.

NAMES TEY
 Via della Palombella 26 (Pantheon) www.namastey.it Distance 8′

If you love tea, don’t miss this address; you can find over 150 varieties from China, India, Japan, and Taiwan. Precious blends of whites, blacks, greens, and the need to serve cups, teapots, and trays. A decent selection of chocolate, fruit jellies and biscuits. They are closed on Sunday.

SANT’EUSTACHIO
Piazza Sant’Eustachio 82   Pantheon Area Distance 5′                        

Legend has it that they make excellent coffee here. Nothing could be further from the truth. But myths are hard to dispel, and San’Eustachio is always necessary for many Italians and foreigners. It has high prices and is incredibly chaotic. However, there is a wide range of coffee to buy and try at home.

TAZZA D’ORO
Via Degli Orfani 8 4 Pantheon Area
Distance 12′
A good coffee bar. Where you can buy the coffee to take at home, they are often overcrowded.

CASTRONI
Via Cola di Rienzo 196/198     Prati District Bus 81   

Probably the best-known roasting company in the city.

SCIASCIA CAFFE’
Via Fabio Massimo 80°  Prati District Bus 81

  h 7.00/20.00           
In addition to being a great address to enjoy good coffee. It is also a roastery where you can buy blends to make coffee at home.

Food Where To Buy

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You don’t have to go far to find great addresses for quality food products.

CHOCOLATE

 

ONORATI DOLCIUMI
Corso Rinascimento 8      Piazza Mavona Area Distance 6′
Ph.: 0668865268    

 www.fruttaseccaonorati.com     
The little shop is very well stocked with excellent products. You can find the best chocolate and lots of candy, panettone, biscuits, and nougat here. The owner is friendly and will gladly guide you in purchasing. Closed Sunday open 10,00/19,00

 

MORIONDO & GARIGLIO
Via del Piè di Marmo 21 (Pantheon)     Distance 8′  

A charming shop with furniture of another era, friendly and attentive staff assortment pralines to lose the head. Prices are very high.  Closed Sunday           
  H 09,00 /19,30 Distance 8′        

QUETZALCOATL CHOCOLATIER
 Via delle Carrozze 26       Piazza dI Spagna area Distance 18′

Quality artisan chocolate with a rich and varied range of products. Pralines, truffles, mousse, ganache, cakes, eclairs, macaroons, and even good ice cream. Very courteous staff.      

 

WINE & SPIRITS

ACHILLI al PARLAMENTO
Via dei Prefetti 15 (Pantheon/Piazza di Spagna) Distance 14′
www.enotecaalparlamento.com
This is an Elegant and luxurious wine shop in the city’s heart, with an excellent wine selection. Besides buying, you can drink a perfect glass inside the Enoteca or in the small dehors. Or if you prefer, you can dine in the dining room of the same name’s starred restaurant. 


WHISKY & CO        
Via Margutta 28/29 (Piazza di Spagna/Piazza del Popolo) Distance 25′

For whisky lovers, there is no better address.          

 

 

BUCCONE
Via di Ripetta 19/20 (Piazza del Popolo)  Distance 30′ Bus 628
www.enotecabuccone.com

A few steps from Piazza del Popolo, a historic Roman wine shop with an excellent selection of labels. 

 

 

COSTANTINI WINE SHOP          
Piazza CAVOUR 16 (Prati district) Distance 20’Bus280,70,490,81,87,30

www.pierocostantini.it

Outstanding in every sense of the word for space over 800 square meters, for the offer’s quantity and quality for reasonable prices. If you love wine or spirits, your every wish could be hard to find better.  It’s too bad the staff is not very empathetic towards customers.

LES VIGNERONS   
Via G. Mameli 61 (Trastevere) Distance 15’Bus8

www.lesevignerons.it          

Small but delicate wine shop offering an excellent selection of organic, biodynamic and natural wines. Excellent beers. And the chance to taste on the premises.  
       

TRIMANI
Via Goito 20 ( Termini Station) Bus 64 – 492

 www.trimani.com    

This wine shop was founded in 1826 and is the best-known and most renowned. You can find all types of Italian wines and the best foreign wines, from the most common bottles to the most valuable labels. Tasting them in the adjacent wine bar with excellent cheeses or cooked dishes is also possible.      

 

BEER


JOHNNY’S OFF LICENSE
Via dei BALESTRARI 9 (Campo di Fiori) Distance 2′

 www.0fflicense.it

Over 1500 labels of international and national beers. Plus, there are many craft beers.