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Rome Gourmet Wine and Dinner Experience in a Private Cellar by the Pantheon

  • Skip crowded restaurants for a private dinner limited to 10 people
  • Start with aperitivo in the restaurant cellar before an elegant dinner
  • A host tells you about Italian wine and cuisine while you dine
Rome Gourmet Wine and Dinner Experience in a Private Cellar by the Pantheon
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Rome Gourmet Wine and Dinner Experience in a Private Cellar by the Pantheon
From USD 110.53
Rome offers decadent feasts with some of the most coveted food in the world, but travelers too often end up at tourist traps. Avoid cumbersome restaurant research by booking this intimate dinner experience limited to 10 people in a family-run restaurant. You’ll to know your host and fellow guests over aperitivo in an intimate cellar, followed by three courses, dessert, and local wine in an elegant dining room.
What to Expect
Your evening begins near the Pantheon, where you’ll meet your culinary guide for the short walk to a family-run restaurant. Upon arrival, meet the owners and head down to the restaurant’s cellar.

Take part in the Italian tradition of the aperitivo, a cocktail or glass of wine served with cheese and cured meat.

Back in the dining room, sit down at your table for a 3-course dinner that includes dishes like cacio e pepe pasta, braised beef cheek, and pastries for dessert. Each course is paired with a wine chosen by the chef. Spend roughly two hours at the dining table.

Your dinner ends outside at the Pantheon, illuminated at night.
Reviews (188)
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Pantheon Dinner and Wine

Had a great experience at our food and wine paring. Got to taste some great food and amazing wines while experiencing some culture of Rome in a private wine cellar. Our guide Antonie was so much fun. She was very knowledgeable about the wines and...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank miker122072
Gourmetaly, Responsabile relazioni con la clientela at Gourmetaly Food Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago

Dear Foodie, thank you for your kind review. We are glad you loved your wine tasting in the splendid restaurant with Antonia. Please pass the mouth with your friends! Cheers

Reviewed 27 October 2018
A fanatastic beginning to a 4 week adventure!

We arrived a day early for our Insight Bus Adventure, so I booked this experience, through Viator. The entire experience was amazing! Our guide met us by the Elephant stature in Mirnirva Plaza. We walked around the corner, near the Pantheon, to a small restaurant....More

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank Bev R
Reviewed 1 October 2018
Great end to an amazing vacation!

Daniella was a great host for this tour and what an awesome final outing to wrap up our trip in Italy. The tour through the cellar was informative and lively and the prosecco paired with that part of the evening was delicious. The actual dinner...More

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank ami m
Gourmetaly, Proprietario at Gourmetaly Food Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Dear Ami, has been a pleasure having you on our Dinner experience! is always exciting to share tips and great food and wine with nice people from all over the world. Thank you again and stay in touch with our facebook and socials....Have a very...More

Reviewed 17 September 2018 via mobile
Perfect touch to visit

Daniella was the gracious, knowledgeable, and entertaining hostess of our tour Fun visit starting in ancient cellar with bubbly Then wonderful wines and dinner upstairs. So very glad we did this!

Thank Lois C
Reviewed 13 September 2018
Pleasant Evening

We enjoyed this experience. The food was very good and the wine first rate. The visit to the wine cellar was definitely a physical challenge for me. Steps were steep and rough in the first century AD and there are sketchy handrails. Upstairs the restaurant...More

Date of experience: September 2018
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28 August 2018|
Response from ianrS6664WQ | Reviewed this property |
I suspect not; we were met as a group and ate dinner together.