Ducati Caffè

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Ducati Caffè The first of a proposed international chain, Ducati Caffè opened in 2008 as the official bar for motorcycling enthusiasts – though a regular dive biker bar this is not. Rome Italy 41.8949148 12.4775015
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Party Earth Review The first of a proposed international chain, Ducati Caffè opened in 2008 as the official bar for motorcycling enthusiasts – though a regular dive biker bar this is not. Instead, the themed bar and restaurant has set itself... ... read full review

  • Hours:

    M–F 8am–2am, Sa 9:30am–2am, Su 10:30am–2am

  • Recommended as:

    • Day Spot
    • Night Spot

Party Earth Ducati Caffè Review

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The first of a proposed international chain, Ducati Caffè opened in 2008 as the official bar for motorcycling enthusiasts – though a regular dive biker bar this is not.

The first of a proposed international chain, Ducati Caffè opened in 2008 as the official bar for motorcycling enthusiasts – though a regular dive biker bar this is not.

Instead, the themed bar and restaurant has set itself up to reflect the exclusive, high-end Ducati motorcycles for which it is named, and features a chic and minimal black-and-white décor with sporty touches of red and silver.

The venue, which attracts a hip clientele of young professionals, includes lower and upper seating areas whose centerpiece – visible through the two-story windows – consists of unique two-cylinder motorcycles, one suspended on the wall next to the bar and the other atop a platform in the adjacent shop.

Popular for low-key lunches set to ambient jazz music, the bar offers a slightly livelier vibe at night, especially on Thursdays and Sundays when special deals for motorcyclists draw a sociable crowd of European and British bikers who gather to mingle and watch international races on the flat-screen TVs.

However, Ducati is not limited to just bikers and attracts a varied clientele of all ages, from tourists to sophisticated and sporty locals.

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Tip from Lucas:

A trendier kind of sports bar, Ducati is a great place to learn about the Italian fascination with bikes – not to mention the best place in Rome to watch the Grand Prix.

  • Crowd

    Suave and sporty, many laid-back young professionals, mid-20s to 40s. A somewhat older crowd for dinner.

  • Entertainment / Music

    Jazz and soul during the day, mellow house music at night. Monthly Live Chef Night features established chefs who prepare their specialties in full view of the guests, a performance that is broadcast on the bar’s TVs.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    The restaurant serves typical regional dishes with a twist.

  • Prices

    Lunch entrées €8–€16, dinner entrées €12–€20, Live Chef Night €70, includes dinner and drinks. Beer €6+, wine €6+/glass or €25+/bottle, cocktails €10, coffee/milkshake drinks €4+.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Smart casual or sporty chic.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Thursdays and Sundays after 9pm for the most diverse crowds and entertainment.

Ducati Caffè User Reviews

Average rating:
Ducati is fantastic!
Fabrizio D. Dec 12, 2012
The Ducati is very famous Italy motorcycle, like Ferrari for car. Is very nice sport caffe bar to watch the football and the racing motorcycles and the Grand Prix. It is very nice to have the caffe and looking at the motorcycles inside. I have voyaged to Bologna for looking at the Ducati factory and is always very nice to go to Ducati store. Ducati caffe is not so far as Bologna and is also very nice. I am very jealous of friends with Ducati motorcycle because is very good motorcycle, very well made but I come to Ducati Caffe and I can dream!
If you know anything about motorcycles...
Tara R. Dec 8, 2012
I’m not a motorcycle person, but if part of your friend group or family is, you should end up here. Ducatis are sexy motorcycles even for people who don’t know anything about the motorcycle world. They’re streamlined, red, and Italian—what could go wrong? The café honors this, being—you guessed it—sexy, streamlined, red, and Italian. The prices aren’t cheap, but you’re paying to be in a café run by Italy’s premiere motorcycle company. You won’t run into Valentino Rossi since he’s left Ducati, but if you’re lucky, you might find Andrea Dovizioso enjoying an espresso over reruns of the MotoGP races…
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