Where To Eat

Restaurants in Rome near the Spanish Steps

Nearby the Ripetta Relais you’ll find the most exclusive bars and restaurants of the inner city to eat tasty food. From the breakfast in one of the oldest cafés of Rome, to the tea at five in true English style at the foot of the Spanish steps, for each break you’ll have the most suitable dishes for your taste and needs of the moment. We reccommend:

  • Margutta RistorArte for vegan and vegetarian cuisine lovers, a refined and welcoming restaurant for brunch, lunch, cocktails or dinner. Surrounded by works of art and with the availability of seats even outdoors, this restaurant is a great way to enjoy the artistic atmosphere of Via Margutta (Via Margutta 118)
  • La Vi Latteria e Vineria offers a proposal for every break of the day, whether you want to start it with a glass of milk or end the day with a relaxing glass of wine. Three floors and a beautiful garden terrace to eat or attend events organized by expert PR (Via Tomacelli 23)
  • Ad Hoc is the ideal restaurant to enjoy the taste of the ancient traditional Roman cuisine, surrounded by the fascinating walls of a fifteenth-century building. Open only for dinner (Via di Ripetta 43
  • Ristorante Il Gabriello, quaint restaurant housed in a stately home of the XVII century. It offers fresh Mediterranean dishes and delicious homemade desserts (Via Vittoria 51)
  • The comfortable and familiar Babette, open for lunch and dinner with menus carefully thought to delight the sight first and then taste ( Via Margutta 1 D)
  • Ristorante Casina Valadier for having one of the most beautiful views of Rome, with a lunch under the sun or a dinner under the stars (Piazza Bucharest, Villa Borghese)
  • For street food lovers there is Grano, Frutta e Farina, a store of baked goods, savory, pastries, yogurt and dried fruit for a quick meal but with unforgettable flavors (Via della Croce 49 A
  • The “cioccogelateria” Venchi is for gourmets of chocolate, a guarantee of traditional Italian Piedmont quality going on since 1800 (Via della Croce 25/26)
  • For all the greedy who do not tolerate gluten, we suggest Fata Morgana, the artisan ice cream shop 100% natural, with unusual ingredients and innovative tastes (Via Laurina 10)
  • If the French macarons are your passion, enter the colorful shop Ladurée, the Parisian patisserie that exported macarons all over the world (Via Borgognona 4)
  • The most famous café of the historical center is the Antico Caffé Greco, open since 1700 as favorite haunt of intellectuals, artists and celebrities of the last centuries (Via dei Condotti 86)
  • For a perfect five o'clock tea overlooking the Spanish Steps there is Babington's English Tea Room, founded by Isabel Cargill and Anna Maria Babington in 1893 (Piazza di Spagna 23)




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