Fab place (especially in summer with benches outside) for a post work drink. Buffet aperitivo excellent- great selection and abundant. Very good Spritz and wine selection as well as beer.
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It was very nice and fun to go there, because it's a place where they sell beers, wine and all kind of staff like chocolates and tea, and it also has tables, so you can sit and have a dish with the appropriate glass of...More
This place wanted to have a lengthy beer list, and that they do. As someone who loves trying new and obscure beers, I was really excited for this place. I had to go find a beer menu at first, only to find that they listed...More
Really enjoyed this place. You pick your bottle of wine from the shop and then they open it and you bring it to your table. Same deal with one of the many beers they have. The place was packed full but lots of people were...More
The food was really good and quite cheap. The waiter was very nice and patient as all the menue was in italian. The place is beautiful and warm. The glass of wine good is very big and is totally worth 5 euros. Inside you have...More
Excellent choices of wine and beers with great Italian aperitivo. Street bar and inside seating. Sitting in the cellar is fine but the service can be a little slow there. Been to this place many times.
OASI DELLA BIRRA is a place to head to if you enjoy a great wine and beer selection and a superb buffet. Good,beer and wine are plentiful here and as your not in the more touristic areas of Rome the price drops and the atmosphere...More
Great place different from other places in Rome (not touristic, not noisy and not fake riviera style) where to try Italian wines an beers. We tried two splendid beers and two splendid wines greatly suggested by the waitress who came to be Spanish (like us)....More
I can't speak for the dinner, but the aperitivo is truly one of the best in Rome. It is a full meal which is great value.
We had seen pictures of this place, showing a beer place in a cosy crypt. At the time we visited there was no service downstairs, and the staff did not voluntarily give any information as to how and where they would be able to help...More