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This restaurant is on the less prosperous side of the town, to the left of the port. It is right next to the ferry dock. It's worth taking a look around the port and looking at the fishermen's equipment and their work. From outside, the restaurant seems somewhat dull. It has windows on all four sides and doesn't seem very inviting. However inside it is split into small (quite noisy) rooms which are comfortable and cozy. Perhaps the tables are a little bit too close together but they are nicely laid out with yellow tablecloths. As for the menu, there are excellent Courgette and Coda di Rospo skewers, marinated sardines, cuttlefish with potatoes, prawns with mushrooms and seabass with olives. They have first courses like Risotto and Mezze Manciche (kind of pasta) with lobster (al dente, well cooked and with lots of sauce). They also serve delicate tasty Ravioli with prawns and Courgettes and Tagliolini allo Scoglio. For the second course, they serve a particularly good fried turbot, sea bass and sweet well-seasoned large Mazzancolle (kind of fish) which are cooked with onions and Courgettes in Vermentino wine. They have a good wine list which is has a fairly good variety and is organized so that there are bottles at all prices.
This is an Irish style pub, created long before the Guinness chain became popular. It is a good place to spend an evening with friends. There are about a hundred different board and table games, a fine fireplace and a range of beers and desserts on offer. It is cozy in winter, but also a quiet alternative to the summer bustle of the Riviera.
This is the most popular bar in Marina Centro where you have to be seen if you want to be a fully paid up member of Rimini's night scene. Built on the lines of Miami's Clevelander bar, Coconuts offers cocktails, outdoor seating which looks out onto the sea, two dance floors (one with dance music and the other Latin American), good quality live music and a quiet corner for chatting and sipping Cuban cocktails. The bar's best period is during July and August. It is for anyone who likes Miami style, Cuba, beautiful people and good fun.
Dine overlooking the Adriatic at this laid back sandwich shop and cafe. A great place to unwind while soaking in the marvelous views, Peter Pan's is known for the classic piadines that are filled with fresh and tasty fillings. Wash it down with a chilled beer and take a break from your sightseeing schedule.
This place was created at the end of a jetty by four Romans in "exile" in Rimini. Beer and Rock: here you can drink and listen to good music with plenty of sea air on the terrace surrounded by sea on three sides or inside the wood-walled cabin that has been transformed into a disco-bar. This place is for lovers of bikes and tattoos and rockers but really for anyone looking for a little different and alternative nightlife.Nearly every night there is live music with well known names from the Italian and international rap, hip-hop and rock scenes.
The Old Bull and Bush Pub has been a city institution from the year 1967. This iconic locally-run pub is one of Rimini's first English-style pubs with a vibrant atmosphere and an exhaustive selection of libations. Named after a legendary English pub, this Rimini watering hole offers an exciting program throughout thee week. From DJ specials to karaoke nights and live music nights to game events, there is a never a dull moment at Old Bull.