We'll be visiting Rome in Sept.
There are several wine bars that appeal (Trimani, Roscioli etc).
In Rome, in September midweek, do wine bars generally close around 3pm, or do they stay open all day, into evening (for a glass of wine, and plate of cheese, salami kind of thing)?
Should you know of one that does stay open through afternoon, it would be of interest.
Also, any pastry shops in Rome you can recommend that have a sit-down area in the shop for cake and coffee? (can you sit down and eat at Regoli?)
Again, generally, do they close after 3 pm , or stay open into the evening?
PS: Late breaking: Trimani emailed with hours: "Moorning lunch 12.30 until 16 dinner 19 until 24 bye."
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