Litro is basically a neighborhood café, which serves snacks and drinks all day long in the quiet residential district of Monteverde Vecchio. But what’s on the menu at Litro is far from basic. The wine list is composed of artisanal wines from small producers—exclusively from Italy and France—with spectacular, handcrafted cheeses and cured meats to match. In the evenings, barman Pino Mondello—a veteran of the city’s cocktail scene—mixes classic drinks, as well as mezcal-based cocktails.
- low wine markups
- natural wine
- craft cocktails
- lots of mezcal
- live music
- bar food
- day drinking
- outdoor / patio
What to drinkHard to find bottles from Sicilian producers like Serragghia, cured meats made by Vitaliano Bernabei.
ProTipCheck their Facebook page (website is rarely updated) for live music events and be sure to book a table if there are performances that night.
Katie Parla is the author of the blog Parla Food, the ebook “Eating & Drinking in Rome” (available for Kindle and in P ...
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