Marigold Roma

Opened by the couple who owns the popular restaurant The Eatery, Marigold Roma is a cozy brunch place where you can enjoy amazing food in an amazing atmosphere. The restaurant and bakery has a menu that focuses on locally sourced, seasonal, and organic ingredients. Here you can order anything from freshly baked pastries and sandwiches to flavorful pasta, vibrant salads, or Italian wine and coffee. The interior features handmade tables, antique chairs sourced from all over Italy, and beautiful ceramics.

Marigold Roma

  • Via Giovanni da Empoli, 37, 00154 Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome, Italy

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