Rome is a both a large sophisticated metropolis and a small village both at the same time. There are towering office buildings and sections of the city such as Trastevere where time steps several paces back to uncover a lifestyle attached to a different age.
The Trastevere district is filled with apparel shops, bookstores, cinemas, cafes, and of course fine dining restaurants. One of the most popular restaurants in Trastevere is Meo Patacca.
Here is the quintessential Italian eatery. Here the mediteranean menu is at it’s finest. At Meo Patacca mandolins play and guitars strum. Songs are sung by all. Should you feel the desire to share with the world a soft rendition of Santa Lucia you are invited to do so.
Everyone is welcome to open their hearts to song. The food is perfect as one relishes Straccetti con Rughetta or Scamorza, or for heavier fare spit roasted lamb. There is pasta and wine and bread and everyone shares in laughter.
Perhaps it is the comraderie that makes this fabulous restaurant in one of Rome’s most exciting quarters so unique. Perhaps it is the excellent food. Or perhaps it is the Meo Patacca of itself represents all the glory of Rome. For information and booking, please, visit ristorantedameopatacca.com