Ristorante Pancrazio Since 1922 in Campo de’ Fiori, in the heart of Rome

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Only restaurant built on a Roman archaeological site,
where history meets traditional local cuisine. Dinner at the site of Caesar’s epic assassination

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Savor the history of Rome Typical recipes of Roman cuisine handed down through 4 generations

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The impressive view of the remains of the Theater of Pompey Here you eat surrounded by the history of Ancient Rome

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Ristorante Pancrazio is a place full of historical charm that stands on the remains of the Theater of Pompey, in Campo de’ Fiori

An essential stop in which to relive the atmosphere of ancient Rome

Ristorante Pancrazio stands on the ruins of the Theater of Pompey in Rome and has been known since 1922 for its unique location and for the flavor of typical Roman cuisine, which offers ancient recipes handed down for 4 generations.

The Theater of Pompey was the largest theater in ancient Rome: the restaurant is located right on its ruins, a few steps from Campo de’ Fiori, in the areas that saw the killing of Julius Caesar in 44 B.C.

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The Roman tradition is served!

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RESTAURANT IN ROME CENTER,
A FEW STEPS FROM CAMPO DE’ FIORI

Where history meets the tradition of Roman cuisine

At Ristorante Pancrazio the best Roman cuisine meets a unique location in the world: the ruins of the ancient Theater of Pompey built
in 61 BC.

Taste the history of Rome through recipes handed down since 1922 and let yourself be enchanted by a restaurant with the atmosphere of a real archaeological site.

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Menu for tourist groups with the best specialties of Roman cuisine

Are you a tour guide or tour operator and are you looking for a restaurant for groups in the center of Rome?

Ristorante Pancrazio is the right place to let them discover
the authentic taste of Roman cuisine in a location steeped in history.

Find us in Campo de’ Fiori, close to some of the most iconic places in Rome:
Piazza Navona, the Pantheon, Trastevere and the Jewish quarter.

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