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Mercato Centrale


Via Giovanni Giolitti, 36, Rome
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The train station probably isn’t the first place that comes to mind when you want a great meal, but if you walk to the farthest end of the Termini Station just past the rental car counters, you’ll find a vast marble-clad space that once served as the dining hall for railway workers. 

Grab a cappuccino and cornetto for breakfast before an early train, or a Sicilian ricotta-stuffed savory pie, a slice of pizza, or even some rich ramen for lunch or dinner. Once you have your food, sit down and order with a server if you want an on-tap craft beer, wine, or a cocktail. They’re open from 7:30am to 11:00pm (midnight on weekends), so it’s a nice flexible option if you’re just looking for an off-hours snack.

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