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Rome — By theromeguide on February 11, 2008 at 9:26 am

Smells like Magnolia

The beauty of Campo de’ Fiori is celebrated all over the world, and Magnolia lies right inside this perfect frame filled with eternal beauty. This elegant and fashionable lounge bar with outdoor seating is open all day, everyday and is always packed with a cosmopolitan crowd who enjoys kicking back in a stylish yet minimal setting and cool drinks. Go for breakfast, lunch, aperitifs or cocktails: the scene is always happening. Tues: Open bar night, discount prices; Thurs: guest djs and themed nights; Fri and Sat: Magnolia Music Night with r’n’b, disco and lounge dj sets.

Opening hours: everyday from 9am to 2am

Piazza Campo de’ Fiori, 4/5. Info: 0668309367, 0668219526


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