This massive structure is on a stretch of street that's gone from gritty clubland to popular night spot, thanks largely to Porto Fluviale's arrival here. It means all things to all people: bar-café, pizzeria and lunch buffet, lively evening restaurant, and private dining spot. And, in true Italian fashion, it features cuisine from up and down the peninsula, with service as organized as one might expect in a caverrnous space in Rome (which is to say, not very). Still,
it's quite a convivial spot, and the food is tasty, from pizza made in wood-burning ovens to pasta and grilled meats and interesting salads. Cocktails at the bar, if you can swing a spot, are a fun option.