Cul de Sac
8 expert reviews
“A popular little wine bar, just off Piazza Navona, with an always-busy terrace and narrow, bottle-lined interior.”
– Lonely Planet
"The service is relaxed and friendly, and there's a small but select menu of house specialties, from lasagna to Greek salad to homemade pâtés and terrines."
"Food is eclectic, ranging from a huge assortment of Italian meats and cheeses... to various Mediterranean dishes, including delicious baba ghanoush, a tasty Greek salad, and a spectacular wild boar pâté." Full review
Travel + Leisure
"Located near Piazza Navona and the historic statue of Pasquino Viviana, Cul de Sac serves both traditional Roman favorites and Greek and Arabic fare." Full review
"While the wine list offers thousands of wines, from Italy and beyond, the food menu also has an equally wide choice."
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"Rome's first ever wine bar, the Cul de Sac was founded in 1968. Looking very traditional nowadays, it's cramped inside and out, with long pine benches and tables, and decidedly no-frills." Full review