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The Best Brunch Spots In Garbatella, Rome
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The Best Brunch Spots In Garbatella, Rome

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Updated: 11 November 2016
Just outside the busy, bustling city center of Rome, lies the calm and relatively unknown Garbatella. A part of the Ostiense district, Garbatella has had a cultural revival in the last few decades, making it a place where old meets new, and where an authentic Roman kitchen, meets new and fresh ideas. Let this round-up of charming brunch spots guide you in your early morning exploration of this rustic district.
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Bakery & Coffee Garbatella

Opened in 1944 by Mario Maurizi, Bakery & Coffee, now run by his daughter, is a historical artisan bakery situated in the heart of Garbatella. The rustic, homely location offers a wide array of homemade bread and pastries baked with traditional recipes and good quality ingredients. This, along with its assortment of refreshments and Italian coffee makes it the perfect spot for an authentic brunch, or an impromptu break. Rumor has it that the café also has a selection of wine on the menu, in case you decide to stay just a little while longer.

Largo Giovanni Ansaldo 2/3, Rome, Italy, +39 06 5125 226

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Bar Foschi

First opening its doors in 1956, Bar Foschi, is another well-established institution appropriate for anyone looking for a late breakfast. The po