Italy, Rome

Freni i Frizioni, Rome – DRINK

June 7, 2015

This bar on the river bank of the Tiber in Trastevere (but only a few minutes walk from Campo Di Fiori) embodies Roman ‘cool’. A former garage, hence the name (which means ‘brakes and clutches’). Most people sit outside (especially in the summer), drinking huge glasses of Sambuca (€4) but even inside is quirky and the bar offers endless booze options. Super fun place to start your night.  One of my favourite bars in Rome, where I’ve had many a tipsy night.

Freni i Frizioni

4-6 Via del Politeana

Just across the Ponte Sisto (Bridge) take a left along the river bank and you cant miss it

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