The Best Places to find Pub Grub Around Rome



Can't stand another day of looking at a plate of pasta or pizza on your trip in Rome? For some, especially those used to having a little variety in your meals; eating Italian everyday might start to wear down your taste buds. In the mood for a juicy burger with fries or just some plain ol' pub grub? 10Best has a list of places where you can find comfort food to go along with that pint of ice cold beer.

In Rome, pubs come a dime a dozen. But that doesn't mean that they're all the same nor are they all good. The most popular around Rome are your typical Irish pubs; the ones that serve Guiness on tap and where pub quizzes make a regular appearance. In the centro storico, the most popular pubs are the Abbey Theatre, Scholar's Irish Lounge and Trinity College.  

The Abbey Theatre is famous for broadcasting American sports games and serves up a hearty hamburger. Looking for live music every night of the week? Then, Scholar's Lounge is your place. From rock and roll music to karaoke nights, Scholar's Lounge caters to a crowd with loads of interests. Trinity College not only serves up good pub grub, but the ambiance here really gets shaking on the dance floor, especially on the weekends. 


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San Giovanni/Termini/Colle Oppio


Situated in the heart of Old Rome near the Santa Maria di Maggiore Church lies one of the oldest pubs in the Eternal City. Sick of pizza and pasta? The 'Old Marconi' is not only famous for serving up some good ol' fashioned pub grub with that...  Read More


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Piazza Venezia


The Nag's Head is a popular Scottish pub located around the corner from Piazza Venezia. On any given night, you can find this pub packed with English-speaking tourists and locals. As soon as you walk into the pub, you are greeted by kitschy...  Read More


Miscellanea Pub


Miscellanea Pub is one of those great neighborhood bars that once you stumble upon it, you instantly fall in love with it. The pub located just around the corner from the Pantheon has been around for over 25 years and is run by the friendly...  Read More




You don't have to search high and low for a place to grab a juicy oversized burger. Right in the heart of Old Rome, there's an Irish pub that never disappoints; whether you're looking for some good old fashioned pub grub or a place to have some...  Read More


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Pinciano/Flaminio/Parioli/Cassia


Located in Ponte Milvio, the heart of the movida and one of the hottest spots for Roman nightlife; Aristocampo Ponte Milvio is a laid back favorite for the locals. The pub is a part of a chain, with other locations in Trastevere, Campo de' Fiori...  Read More




Fairy Tales is a historic Irish pub located in the heart of Prati, a neighborhood that borders Vatican City. This Irish Pub isn't very known to tourists, rather it's frequented mainly by locals. The pub is a fun place to hang out with a group of...  Read More




Scholar's lounge may not be the oldest one on the block, but it's certainly one of the most popular especially with Americans in Rome. Indeed, Scholar's Irish Lounge is pretty much a newbee on the pub scene in the Eternal City as it was only...  Read More


Trinity College


Unlike many Irish pubs around Rome, Trinity College has a faithful following by local Italians. Tucked away on a tiny street between the Pantheon and the Trevi Fountain; Trinity College is the perfect spot to grab a pint, eat some pub grub and...  Read More




The Abbey Theatre Irish pub is a popular hang out among the anglo-saxon tourists, expat and study abroad student crowd. It's your typcal lively Irish pub that serves up some pretty good pub fare and Italian dishes. The pub is spread out over two...  Read More




If you're looking for a pub or birreria that's all about 'Made in Italy', look no further than Open Baladin near Campo de' Fiori. Some might classify it as a pub. While other would categorize it as a locale that specializes in hand crafted beer....  Read More


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Meet Nicole Arriaga

A 1999 trip to the Bel Paese and a kiss from an Italian boy made Nicole fall in love with Rome. Not being able to stop thinking about cappuccinos and her Italian amore, Nicole Arriaga packed...  More About Nicole

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