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Libreria tra le Righe, Rome
(4.5/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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  • This lovely place I discovered almost by accident. Inside the Bookstore offers a wide selection of genres, but what's even more remarkable is the area where you can have lunch, enjoy some sweets very good or just take a cup of coffee. The environment is pleasant and warm, cared for meticulously by Paola and her colleagues. Interesting lunch menu, where I had the pleasure of eating a yummy salmon with couscous salad and Grandma's cake piled high. The library also, also lends itself to various literal events. A must place to try at least once.
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  • We stop here in the early afternoon to munch on something. In advertising view Facebook and inside it said snacks, aperitifs etc then it is assumed that there is availability of various food. A magpie answers that he finished everything and that he's still got a few sliced and at most two cupcakes. Offers us a cutting board for one and we accept. There is a mini cutting board with two slices of salami, two small pieces of cheese and a piece of brie, 4 green olives with 4/5 miniature breadsticks. We are a little disappointed. But it doesn't end there. We ask for an aperol but there is a squeeze but they don't make them. I go for you. Total bill eventually 12.20 € for an iced tea a beer and a mini cutting board. Too bad. I had seen many photos on Facebook that I was tempted to visit this place and instead the expectaions. Advice to only sell books at this point. (I attach photos "chopping")
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  • I wanted a juice but the through-feed sammying was broken, I opted for the cookies, not bad. I thought it was more interesting than the place.
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  • This lovely place I discovered almost by accident. Inside the Bookstore offers a wide selection of genres, but what's even more remarkable is the area where you can have lunch, enjoy some sweets very good or just take a cup of coffee. The environment is pleasant and warm, cared for meticulously by Paola and her colleagues. Interesting lunch menu, where I had the pleasure of eating a yummy salmon with couscous salad and Grandma's cake piled high. The library also, also lends itself to various literal events. A must place to try at least once.
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  • The idea is brilliant. Surrounded by books are savoured excellent craft beers. A nice and original way to take a pleasant break.
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