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Tazza d’Oro: Coffee near The Pantheon

If you’re looking to have coffee near The Pantheon in Rome visit Tazza d’Oro. It is one of the perfect choice of places to have coffee in Central Rome!

About Tazza d’Oro

Established in 1946, Tazza d’Oro focuses on providing the best coffee in the eternal city. The company sources coffee from small producers across the world, most of them being in South America. It then roasts coffee in Italy, keeping in mind the quality and traditions.

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Coffee at Tazza d’Oro

Tazza d’Oro is the place to have coffee near The Pantheon in Rome. (Sant’Eustachio is next!)

It offers a wide range of coffee and pastries with impeccable service. One of the best part about visiting Tazza d’Oro are the prices! You would expect nothing less than €2-3 for a cappuccino but you’ll be so surprised to see Tazza d’Oro offering a cappuccino for around €1.2! (prices can vary at this time).

I love you, Italy!

Of course there’s the usual caffe` which you can drink standing at the Bar -for even less!

I also highly recommend you to try their granita al caffe`- essentially a dark coffee iced slush with tons of cream! Tazza d’Oro is a coffee wonderland right next to The Pantheon. Here you can buy moka pots, coffee capsules, coffee cans and coffee jute bags. I bought the popular “Regina coffee” for my brother in law but later got to know there’s also a special combo such as the Classic Moka Pot.

Did you know??

Tazza d’Oro is allegedly the cafe that inspired the owners of Starbucks to open a coffee chain! So even if you are not the biggest fan of coffee, go here for the Italian Bar ambiance!

Tazza d’Oro has a vending machine too!
Granita al caffe` at Tazza d'Oro
Granita topped with cream- highly recommend!

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5 Comments

  • […] Tazza d’Oro: Coffee near The Pantheon […]

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  • Lyn Douglas
    May 25, 2020 at 2:44 am

    The last time I was in Rome we rented an apartment near the Campo Di fiore so I could go to Piazza Navonna often and fulfil my dream to have dinner near the Pantheon for my birthday. It was magic. I probably did have coffee at Tazza d’Oro but not sure. We love Italy hey.

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    • Italophilia
      May 25, 2020 at 12:15 pm

      Haha yes we do 🙂 How lovely you were staying in Central Rome. I’ve never done that its usually been The Beehive or Trastevere.

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  • Darlene
    May 24, 2020 at 9:14 pm

    The Granita looks so good!!

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    • Italophilia
      May 24, 2020 at 10:14 pm

      And I had this during Winter. Even then it was sooo worth it!

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