Originally formed by four hills from which it takes its name, the neighborhood of Monti features picturesque sloping streets that combine to create a hip little district with pricey shops, charming lanes and ivy-covered walls, numerous Italian and ethnic restaurants, and plenty of chic bars and cafés.
By night, the outdoor patios draw groups of stylish young professionals for aperitivo when a chatty and sociable atmosphere prevails.
Just around the corner from the Roman Forum and the Coliseum, Monti is one of the oldest parts of town, but it has somehow managed to retain its quaint and casual atmosphere despite its proximity to Rome’s major tourist destinations and its recent urban trendy appeal.
Party Earth Review Tucked away in an ivy-covered building off one of Monti’s most beautiful sloping streets is Ai Tre Scalini, a wildly popular wine bar and restaurant that attracts a stylish clientele ... more
Viminal Hill, 251
Party Earth Review A cozy jazz lounge that makes the most of its limited space, Charity Café draws a continuous and loyal crowd of jazz lovers, musicians, and singers. The charming venue features two ... more
Viminal Hill, 68