Hookah Bars in Rome

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Party Earth Review A Middle Eastern hookah bar just off Campo de’ Fiori, Sciam is a peaceful haven in the midst of chaos. Sensual Syrian music, the sweet smells of flavored hookah tobacco, and an exotic décor intermingle to create the perfect environment for both relaxed and lively conversation. Divided into various levels and nooks, the long, wide lounge features exposed ancient Roman arches, Persian tapestries, and jeweled Turkish lamps in every color imaginable. Although Arabic is the dominant language, that doesn’t seem to pose a problem for the lounge’s eclectic clientele – here it’s common to find Middle Eastern regulars and young French, Spanish, and Italian ... more

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Via del Pellegrino, 56
00186 Rome

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Rome Hookah Bars Overview

Sciam - Hookah Bar | Lounge in Rome

Even cigarette-happy Rome has cleared the air in most bars and restaurants, but one form of smoking is always welcome: the hookah. Flavored tobacco sifts through the winding pipes, reaching lounging patrons in relaxing puffs. Rome hookah bars are little spots of Middle Eastern charm within the city, giving club-hoppers and bar-goers mellow hideouts. Plush cushions, sexy lighting, and sizzling Middle Eastern food abound, and even nicotine junkies will want to pass the time away indoors at these spots.

Hectic Middle Eastern souks have peaceful hideaways for whiling away the hours, and hookah bars in Rome provide the same kind of mellow vibe away from the go-go-go Roman streets. Exotic lounge Sciam is filled with sensual Syrian music, the sweet smells of flavored hookah tobacco, and relaxed and lively conversation. Divided into various levels and nooks, the long, wide lounge features exposed ancient Roman arches, Persian tapestries, and jeweled Turkish lamps in every color imaginable. Although Arabic is the dominant language, that doesn’t seem to pose a problem for the lounge’s eclectic clientele – here it’s common to find Middle Eastern regulars and young French, Spanish, and Italian patrons sprawled on woven pillows around inlaid wood tables, sharing the decadent atmosphere and enjoying the occasional belly dancing.

Sciam, like some other Middle Eastern establishments, does not serve alcohol, but with different flavors of hookah tobacco and teas brought out with amazing hospitality, bar-goers can pick a different kind of poison as they enjoy a chill pit stop.

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