For a more casual lunchtime option, pop into one of Rome’s oldest wine bars, Cul de Sac, set within a long, narrow and perennially packed dining space. Offering an affordable menu of Italian tasting-plates, expect delicious Italian cured meats, cheese and even some Middle Eastern-inspired dishes thrown in the mix. Their vibrant outdoor terrace in the Pantheon district is a popular alfresco dining spot during warmer months. Their extensive selection of over 90 regional Italian wines by the glass and over 1,400 bottles on their endless wine list will impress even the most discerning wine lovers, however beware of the tourist crowds that tend to flock here. The outdoor terrace is the perfect place to enjoy front row views of the Pantheon and is a prime people watching spot during the afternoons.