One of the oldest and most popular nightlife districts in Rome, Trastevere is the place to go for an evening of barhopping and partying.
The area’s outdoor scene and cozy bars, upscale lounges, and bustling piazzas attract a young professional crowd as well as a small artsy contingent that congregates in and around Piazza San Cosimato.
Although the vibe in Trastevere is usually quiet during the day, there are still plenty of people around who scurry between the hip boutiques and the outdoor cafés.
The area also provides a bit of relief from the heat in the summer, when Trastevere’s riverbanks teem with temporary bars and clubs that become the hot-weather hangout for people of all types and ages.
Party Earth Review Nestled in its own little piazza, Mr. Pucci is a quaint and intimate one-room lounge that offers a quirky alternative to the usual Trastevere nightspots. The bar’s fanciful furnishings ... more
Piazza Mastai, 18
Party Earth Review Formerly an auto-body shop, Freni e Frizioni (Brakes and Clutch) is now a stylish bar that people deliberately seek out for its diverse patrons and the electrifying, interactive atmosphere ... more
Via del Politeama, 4-6
Party Earth Review A popular residential neighborhood and nighttime destination, Trastevere is full of lively restaurants, lounges, bars, boutiques, and cafés that draw a consistent stream of young professionals ... more
Party Earth Review Established in 2001 as a football bar, the theme at the amusingly named Ma che Siete Venuti a Fa’ (What the Hell Are You Doin’ Here) was originally based on the two owners’ amicable ... more
Via Benedetta, 25