Piada e Cassoni da Ciana e Monda is a delightful family run restaurant in Rimini, which serves some of the best local fare in the city. They practice home-style cooking, and the menu consists of a variety of flat breads, Cassones, Piadas and more. They also have special desserts section, which features various Nutella specialties. With a legacy of more than 50 years, this eatery still flourishes as one of the best for its Italian cuisine. The chefs here use only natural ingredients, to enhance the taste of the traditional dishes, making your dining experience a truly unique one.
If you are craving for something sweet, Gelateria 3Bis is the ideal place to head to. Creamy ice creams, rich frozen yogurt, decadent crepes, refreshing coffees, heavenly pastries and, delicious cakes await to be tasted. Since its inception in 1987, the cafe has been a favorite of many locals and tourists alike. Each week, they serve a special flavor, calling it the 'flavor of the week'. Come in here if you need the sugar rush, a cheery mood, a pick-me-up or just because you can't resist delectable desserts.
Caffe Pascucci is an inviting java house found in the heart of the city's marina precinct. Part of a popular chain of cafes, this Rimini outpost features an ambient atmosphere to relish hot, frothy concoctions and chilled libations. The cafe's exciting menu attracts coffee lovers with finely roasted brews made of premium-grade coffee beans sourced from Monte Cerignone, while one can also go for its equally exciting aperitifs and decadent desserts.
Tradition and taste: these two words describe the essence of the gelateria "Romana" or "La romana" as it is known to the people of Rimini. Situated in the heart of the historic center, opposite the Piazza Ferrari, the gelateria offers ten different types of cones and cups filled with the best home-made gelato, which can be enjoyed sitting at the tables in the greenery in front. There are a couple of new arrivals this year: granite and soy gelato, for those who love the flavors, but hate the calories! Unlike some gelaterias in Italy, this is open all year round.
On entry to this extraordinary pub you may well be accosted by Captain Hook himself because this is an authentic galleon, the Bounty, that features a ship's crew, barrels, parrots and a ship's wheel in the basement of a hotel. In the midst of this rather entertaining idea, you can admire the skills of the barmen (or rather the storekeepers) as they whisk you up a cocktail, cook you a pizza or make you walk the plank to the dance floor. There are also hidden areas on the ship for those seeking intimacy, including a waterfall and the rooms of the deck.
Teatro Pane Vino E Caffe occupies a busy spot in Rimini's vibrant historical precinct and offers diners a relaxed ambiance for leisurely evening coffee or drink. The rustic-inspired modish interiors radiate a convivial mood to nosh on gourmet bites and sip on inventive cocktails and frothy concoctions. Hop in for a hearty dinner or lunch, even as you soak in some animated views of Piazza Cavour.
The only true aperitif in Rimini, the one not to be missed, can only be drunk at the Lilliput Café. A delightful little bar in the historic center, it offers a very good selection of wines to accompany the appetizers arranged in a lovely display on the counter. Invitations, meetings, two floors of gaiety; all this and more in one of the better known places in the city. Strictly from 7p to 11p.
Yerbabuena is like any other typical Romagna restaurant would be. Serving meat and seafood, the restaurant is also a distinguished wine cellar. The place is hooked with a big screen TV that plays sports whenever there's a big game. Providing the usual bar and pub facilities as well, Yerbabuena is a comfortable place with sofas and soothing music. The restaurant, located in Vecchia Pescheria, in the heart of the center of commerce, is owned by a family, also provides a brilliant breakfast. Do contact them for more details.
In the center of piazza Gregorio da Rimini, the heart of early evening night life, La Cantinetta an eclectic pub-wine bar very popular with people of all ages, has been open for several months. Little tables outside, good wine, good beer, and very good puff-pastry snacks have drawn many visitors from the very beginning. The location in particular and the fact that it is among the largest in the square has made it the reference point before going to the discotheque and for midweek aperitifs. Particularly in summer, try sipping a good light wine accompanied by a piadina (grilled bread topped with salami or cheese) at the little wooden tables outside.
If you are in a mood to spend some relaxing time with a bunch of your friends, Neon Caffè is the place to go. This cafe is one of the finest places for a cup of piping hot coffee and light meals. They also have an array of musical events an other programs that make for a delightful time spent here. With a chic décor and cozy ambiance, Neon Caffè is perfect to sit and watch the world go by.
Crispy, cheesy pizzas, mouth-watering burgers and premium wines and beers, Pizzeria Da Sandro has some amazing options on the menu to reel you in. This is a favorite hang-out among most of the city's youngsters, especially the junk food mongers. Sandro is not too garish or extravagant—in fact, it boasts of very modest interiors with a close-knit seating arrangement. This is the perfect environment to relish some light fare and drinks over conversations with friends.