Urbana 47 is open from breakfast through dinner and represents a relatively new concept for Rome's culinary landscape: a restaurant highlighting local ingredients from the surrounding Lazio region, called kilometro zero, referring to the lack of distance food items travel to get to the kitchen and onto your plate. This appeals to local hipsters and the boho Monti crowd. In the morning there is a Continental or "American" breakfast with free Wi-Fi; lunch means tasty
"fast slow food" options like grain salads and healthy paninos. From 6 pm onwards there are tapas and drinks, plus leisurely dinners like homemade pasta with broccoli, anchovies, and orange zest, or a local free-range chicken stuffed with potatoes and chicory.