Nestled within the national gallery of modern art in Rome, has been a beloved culinary and cultural destination for over two decades. After a brief hiatus at the end of 2019, this unique establishment reopened its doors in October 2021, under the passionate stewardship of Ruggero Giannelli, who gained invaluable experience in the food industry in Germany and Italy.
What sets Caffe delle Arti apart is a fusion of exceptional elements. Firstly, its enchanting location, a serene terrace in the heart of Rome, just a stone's throw from Villa Borghese. Surrounded by the aura of modern art, it offers a captivating backdrop for an exquisite dining experience.
The Giannelli family's rich history in the food and beverage industry spans four generations, and they are also the proud producers of natural wine at the Ficomontanino winery in southern Tuscany. This familial connection to the world of natural wine sets Caffe delle Arti apart. Under Ruggero's guidance, the restaurant boasts an impressive selection of these organic and unadulterated wines that perfectly complement their Mediterranean-inspired cuisine.
As for the natural wine scene in Rome, it is a vibrant niche, with wine shops and wine bars leading change. Young enthusiasts are drawn to the unique flavors and eco-conscious ethos of natural wines. Some medium-high-end restaurants have also embraced this trend, offering patrons an opportunity to savor these exceptional wines alongside their meals.
Caffe delle Arti is more than just a restaurant; it is a testament to the intersection of art, culture, and natural wine. With its idyllic setting, passionate team, and a commitment to the principles of natural winemaking, this establishment offers a truly unforgettable experience for visitors seeking a taste of Rome's contemporary dining scene with a twist of timeless charm.