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Sant’Eustachio Il Caffè

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Only roaster in Rome that still uses a wood burning fire to roast their Arabica beans
Famous for its secret recipe Gran Caffé. Baristas turn away as they make it to shield the magic formula
According to tradition, true romans have their first coffee of the year here on the 1st of January
A popular people-watching spot and a short walk away from the Pantheon and San Luigi dei Francesi
Italy, Rome
1938

One of Rome’s most hallowed coffee bars, Sant’Eustachio Il Caffè opened its door in 1938. The classic curved counter and the glossy coffee machines makes you feel like things haven’t changed much.

They use a blend of organic and fair-trade coffee beans, 100% Arabica which they import directly from small cooperatives in in Brazil, Guatemala, the Dominican Republic, Ethiopia, and the islands of St. Elena and the Galapagos. With low caffeine levels, this is a cup you can enjoy anytime!

A short walk nearby is San Luigi dei Francesi (The Church of St. Louis of the French), a 16th century church that showcases work by the Baroque master Caravaggio.

Sant’Eustachio Il Caffè

ItalyRome

1938

1938

One of Rome’s most hallowed coffee bars, Sant’Eustachio Il Caffè opened its door in 1938. The classic curved counter and the glossy coffee machines makes you feel like things haven’t changed much.

They use a blend of organic and fair-trade coffee beans, 100% Arabica which they import directly from small cooperatives in in Brazil, Guatemala, the Dominican Republic, Ethiopia, and the islands of St. Elena and the Galapagos. With low caffeine levels, this is a cup you can enjoy anytime!

A short walk nearby is San Luigi dei Francesi (The Church of St. Louis of the French), a 16th century church that showcases work by the Baroque master Caravaggio.

Only roaster in Rome that still uses a wood burning fire to roast their Arabica beans
Famous for its secret recipe Gran Caffé. Baristas turn away as they make it to shield the magic formula
According to tradition, true romans have their first coffee of the year here on the 1st of January
A popular people-watching spot and a short walk away from the Pantheon and San Luigi dei Francesi
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5684 Reviews

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