Perhaps the greatest beer bar in Rome, the title translates as “What did you come here for, anyways?” It is a hole-in-the-wall spot that has about a dozen international beers on tap, ranging from ales and triples to lagers and stouts. This place is no-frills. You’re wise to opt for the plastic cup so you can people-watch while you enjoy your brew outside at one of Trastevere’s most teeming junctures.
Ma Che Siete Venuti a Fà, Via di Benedetta 25, Rome, Italy, +39 06 6456 2046
You won’t be left unsatisfied with Baylon Café, worth a visit at any hour of the day. Whether you want to enjoy brunch alongside a mimosa or drop by for after-dinner drinks, the atmosphere here is always contemporary, cool and relaxed. It is spacious inside and has a dozen tables outfitted with fairy lights outside for warm evenings. Bonus: you probably came for cocktails, but Babylon whips up some delicious fruit juices that are difficult to resist.
Babylon Café, Via di San Francesco a Ripa 151, Rome, Italy, +39 06 581 4275