Caffè Latino Club at the Testaccio, Rome

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Caffè Latino Club at the Testaccio, Rome, Italy

Great live music in cool surroundings almost seven days a week at the Caffè Latino. Weeknights offer rock, blues, pop, dance, jazz and tango, and on Fridays and Saturdays DJ Stefano Di Nicola and Giorgio Sgarbi play latest hits and revival for dance floor addicts with Bar Disco Pub.

One night a month is dedicated to wine tasting and to searching for connections with musical genres. The Caffè Latino club atmosphere is swinging in the caves of the Testaccio, where people meet old friends.

Address:
Via di Monte Testaccio 96
Roma 00153 Italy
Email: i...@caffelatinodiroma.com
Tel: +39 06-5728.8556
Internet: http://www.caffelatinodiroma.com/

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