Cul de Sac
Located near Piazza Navona and the historic statue of Pasquino Viviana, Cul de Sac serves both traditional Roman favorites and Greek and Arabic fare. Inside, stacks of wine bottles hide the restaurant's walls, and outdoor seating provides a view of the piazza. Enjoy Cul de Sac’s famous sundried tomatoes in Calabrian olive oil or sample the more unique entrees, such as wild boar pâté and baba ghanoush (mashed eggplant). One of Rome’s oldest enoteche (wine repositories), Cul de Sac also offers the wine lover 1,500 wine labels of many varieties.
Cul de Sac is very busy, so it’s best to either arrive early or very late; the restaurant stays open until 1 a.m.
AmenitiesOpen / Closes
- Accessible by Public Transportation
- Late-Night Dining
- Notable Wine List
- Patio/Outdoor Seating
Cuisine Type:: Italian