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Centrally located and easily accessible from most of the tourist attractions, Scholars Lounge is a great place to unwind, for drinks, food and watching your favorite matches. This Irish pub and sports bar with its woody decor will remind you of a chapel due its layout. Engravings of famous Irish literati and poets adorn the walls with dangling Irish flags above them. Though the days are quiet, the nights are a different thing altogether. Bustling with a mixture of expats, students, travelers and more, the lounge takes on a more lively and festive environment. The sports bar features right wide TVs so that sports fans can enjoy their matches along with some amazing Guinness or other drinks. The pub offers a wide range of beers, pub food which also features Italian bruschetta, chicken curry and a range of other favorites. Live music - rock, pop or funk, karaoke nights and weekly quiz nights make it even more entertaining. The staff is English speaking and is one of the friendliest in the city.
Young bands often play in this Scottish-style pub, which transforms into a late night disco from Thursday to Sunday. It offers draft beers such as double malt Slalom, Guinness and McEwans and traditional Italian dishes and Tex-Mex food, as well as Scottish and Irish meals.
Come to Roma and have a fresh pint of beer! Get up to high jinks in this popular Irish pub close to Via del Corso in the heart of Rome. The décor, books on shelves, Irish artifacts and pictures on the walls of its Victorian-age building, gives the patron a sense of attending a party in a library. Busy at all hours, draft beer, sandwiches, salads and hot dishes are served throughout the day. Do not forget to try the excellent Irish coffee!
This simple, informal, wood-furnished pub is very popular both with locals and tourists. The staff at Finnegan help to create a warm, welcoming atmosphere, offering classic draft beers such as Becks, Kilkenny, Guinness and Harp as well as all kinds of pub snacks. Catch up on live football action here.
Recreating the Irish pub scene in Rome is The Albert, a popular pub among locals and tourists. Probably the most elegant pub in Rome, it is wholly furnished with imported English furniture and objects, from the wallpaper to the toilets. For fans of British culture or for homesick tourists, there is satellite television with American and British programs. Various snacks, salads and hamburgers accompany the extensive variety of beers on tap.
This disco bar owes its success to its strategic position in the heart of Rome. The atmosphere at The Drunken Ship is welcoming, enhanced by the large number of young people, both locals and visitors to be found inside. There is a good selection of beers, cocktails and snacks. Tequila parties are often organized and there are various music nights with DJs.
If you want to find a bit of America and lots of Steelers' fans in Rome, then head to La Botticella where you will find the charming Roman owner with Canadian exposure, Giovanni Poggi, waiting to welcome you. The cozy pub with outdoor seating offers impressive wines, fresh fruit cocktails, appealing bites and a whole lot of local, American and European beers. La Botticella is the official Pittsburgh Steelers bar in Italy and you can watch all major sport events here while having a great time. Cheers!
This pub, located in one of the busiest areas in Rome is where to find a slice of Ireland in Italy. TV, pop-videos and live Irish music abound. They offer hot dishes and a cold buffet, as well as draft-Guinness, and various Scottish and Irish whiskey drinks. The pub offers a daytime version of happy hour called 'Happy Lunch', as well as tea and petite fours during the afternoon. This welcoming pub, considered one of the best in the city is laid out in typical Irish style with lots of little rooms linked by narrow corridors.
Very famous among locals, Birreria Trilussa is packed almost all nights of the week. The place is quaint and the visitors usually stand next to the bar with their drinks. The old brewery is quite famous and is much appreciated. Spread over four rooms, and consisting of about 300 seats totally, they offer outdoor seating as well. The menu offers a variety of drinks and some snacks, salads and sandwiches. The menu also consists of a wide range of delicious items from 60 types of pastas and 50 kinds of pizzas. It's a great place to have a drink and mingle. You may want to celebrate small private events and gatherings as well. Call ahead for more information.
Dee Jay bar is a hip bar in the district of Trastevere. It is a great place to hang out, and it is very popular among locals as well as tourists. Their menu offers a variety of cocktails and a typical pub fare to accompany the drinks. Spread across two stories, the top floor broadcasting sport shows, is a raucous space; while the lower story, filled with RnB and hip-hop music is a more quieter space hang out. This place also accepts major credit cards.
Though the oldest pub in the city, The Fiddler's Elbow has maintained the top spot in the nightlife of Rome with its impressive promotions, food and beverage list and the fun options that it serves. This famous Irish pub is always packed with residents and passing visitors. It is an excellent place to hang out in one of the many little adjoining rooms or to play a game of darts or pool. There is a good choice of draft beers, such as Guinness, Becks and Kilkenny, as well as pub food and snacks. The onsiteTV screen also hosts popular match screenings.