When it comes to aperitivos in Rome, Momart Cafè; definitely gives you more bang for your buck. There aren't too many places in Rome where you can eat an entire pizza for the price of a drink except... Read More
When it comes to aperitivos in Rome, Momart Cafè; definitely gives you more bang for your buck. There aren't too many places in Rome where you can eat an entire pizza for the price of a drink except for Momart Cafè;. And it's exactly for this reason, that Momart is always insanely crowded. Located in the heart of the university district near Piazza Bologna, Momart Cafè; is one of the best aperitivo spots around town. It's frequented mostly by Italian college students and young working professionals. Come here on any given night of the week and you'll encounter a wait to get in. Why? Well for starters, their generous aperitivo buffet includes wood fire oven pizza. Yum. The owners don't go cheap on the pizza either. They keep churning out the pizza as fast as the customers fill up their plates. The buffet also includes warm and cold pasta dishes, sandwiches, cold cuts and salads. Though the place is huge (three floors), there's almost always a wait to get inside. An aperitivo typically costs 8-10 euros here and is slightly higher on Sundays. Aperitivo ends around 9pm, so make sure you get there before then. Because after that, they begin clearing the way for its restaurant/pizzeria clientele. BUS: 93, 310. METRO: Bologna.
- Bars: "Unfortunately, this place won't let you in and be seated until your entire party has arrived. On the weekends, Momart gets packed, so be sure to arrive early and put your name on the list."
- Best for Bars Because: Momart has a reputation for putting on one of the most elaborate aperitivo buffets in Rome.