The ivy-draped Caffè della Pace is an enchanting vision. Nestled into a tiny Baroque piazzatina, this 19th century cafe is the place to order an Aperol spritz and let the late afternoon slip away.
You may only have eyes for each other, but be on the lookout for movie stars and celebrities at the Stravinskij Bar in the private garden of the Hotel de Russie. The award-winning barman mixes up some of the capital's most creative cocktails.
On a quiet street near the Piazza Navona, snag the seat in front of the fireplace at the warm and inviting Etabli and begin your evening sharing a glass of rich Italian red wine expertly chosen by the friendly English-speaking staff.
If cool is what you are after, Cafe Barnum near Campo di Fiori is your place. There is a comfy velvet sofa in the very back that is perfect for snuggling. The team behind the bar creates Prohibition-era classics and modern inventions.