A bar & restaurant
full of history
Why locals love it
Originally established as a bar in 1924, Necci was the set for the film "Accattone" by Pasolini. These days it’s a 70s inspired bar and restaurant. It’s a colourful place to have breakfast, an aperitif or a full meal.
Why you should visit it
The chef Ben cooks up top quality traditional Italian dishes of the past, nowadays largely forgotten. Everything is bio and homemade – the bread, cakes, croissants, tagliatelle and gnocchi are even prepared on site. If you’re looking for a budget meal, come here for a big aperitif with special pizza.
The selection of baked goods is great – everything is fresh and made by hand! On sunny days you can enjoy your meal outdoors in the garden.