Freni e Frizoni
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10 p.m.: Stop in for a cocktail with a side of slam poetry or live jazz at FRENI E FRIZIONI
Freni e Frizioni is a short walk from San Calisto and a long way away in terms of style. Here, the space is modern and the specialty is the craft cocktail, which Freni does as well as anyone in Rome. The ever-evolving drinks are often named after some theme (films, cartoons, etc), and go way beyond…
In Trastevere neighborhood, this one of the favorite places for Roman young people: funny, easy, good drinks and music!
Vibrant bar with a popular terrace, serving cocktails & aperitivos amid chandeliers & modern art.
This is the temple of aperitivo in Rome. What is an aperitivo? It is supposed to be a drink and a light snack to open up your appetite before dinner. The aperitivo at FRENI E FRIZIONI is basically a free meal with the purchase of one drink. By the way the cocktail at FRENI E FRIZIONI are damn good!
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