The Hard Rock Cafe in Rome is located in the city center in Via Veneto within 10 minutes walk from the Metro station of Piazza Barberini. Like all Hard Rock Cafe chain restaurants, inside are exposed discs, clothes, guitars and other memorabilia,
The place is a veritable museum of rock where are exposed clothes of famous artsts like Jimi Hendrix, David Bowie, Elton John, Bruce Springsteen’s guitars, Noel Gallagher, Bono’s glasses, and much more.
The Hard Rock Cafe Rome has a nice feature, a painted ceiling in the main bar/restaurant area. The music is prominent but not quite too loud to carry on a conversation
The food was very good and the prices, while not cheap, are not as expensive
There’s a dining area in the front where the bar is and there’s a dining room in the back area as well. and of course the shop where it’s possible to buy Hard Rock souvenirs.
From November 18 to 30, return to the Teatro Olimpico in Rome the Momix, the famous company of dancers-illusionists directed by Moses Pendleton.
After the huge success of last year, the Momix return to Rome with their latest show, “Alchemy”.
The show is dedicated and inspired by the eternal quest for gold and is characterized by fantasy, humor, beauty and mystery of surreal images through the interaction of human bodies, costumes, accessories and lighting effects.
The company Momix, known worldwide for its performances of exceptional beauty, has taken its name from a solo created by Pendleton for the Winter Olympics in Lake Placid in 1980.
Over the years, the size of the group and the names of the formation have undergone many changes, but remained intact global success and the choice to bring the art of dance amusing the audience.
In addition to annual appearances at the Joyce Theatre in New York, the company performs regularly around the world: Canada, Spain, Italy, Greece, France, England, Austria, Switzerland, Ireland, Netherlands, Portugal, Argentina, Brazil, Russia, Australia and all the East.
Where: Teatro Olimpico, Piazza Gentile da Fabriano, 17, Roma
Hours: Tue-Sat 21:00; Sun 17:00; Thu 20 November at 19:00
Date: from 18th to November 30th, 2014
Price: from 20 to 40 €
Address: Piazza Gentile da Fabriano 17, Rome
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