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Rome, Italy

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Tempesta di Gusti
191 Via del Pigneto
Rome, Italy
+39 335484132

Enjoying homemade gelato is one of the best things about Italy, and this craft gelateria knows that vegans want to enjoy it just as much as everyone else. They offer not only vegan gelato in flavors like coffee and coconut, but vegan cones as well--all you have to do is ask! The staff is familiar with what vegan means, and you can even get a vegan milkshake made with soymilk.

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Gelateria Valentino
96 Via del Lavatore
(Fontana di Trevi)
Rome, Italy 00187
+39 066783219

Named after its proprietor, Valentino, this small gelateria is located near Trevi Fountain, making it easy to grab a gelato and enjoy one of Rome's most popular sights. Enjoy homemade soy gelato and fruit sorbetto, with different flavors available each day.

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Romeow Cat Bistrot
15 Via Francesco Negri
Rome, Italy 00154
+39 0657289203
Tue-Sat 10:30am-11:00pm
Sun 10:30am-2:30pm

This fully vegan bistro is truly unique! Enjoy your vegan or raw vegan meal in the company of 6 host cats, in a modern but cozy atmosphere filled with pillows and art. Opened in December of 2014, Romeow offers a 10% discount if you're visiting from outside of Rome (or come via bicycle). Be sure to take advantage of the fresh juices and exquisite desserts, but be aware that the kitchen does close between lunch and dinner, so you may be stuck with a cupcake. What a shame :)

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So What?!? Ristorante Vegan
56-58 Via Ettore Giovenale
Rome, Italy 00176
+39 3298265250
Mon 7:30pm-11:30pm,
Wed-Fri 7:30pm-11:30pm,
Sat-Sun 12:00pm-11:30pm

So What?!? is an all-vegan restaurant with a retro-punky B-movie atmosphere, where you can find authentic Italian regional dishes, just veganized.They make their own seitan, and use foods from their garden in local and seasonal daily specials. Try the fresh pasta, homemade ravioli, and their classic carpione di tofu, and then move on to coppa cobram for dessert (or ginger and cherry cake, or lentil zuccotto...). Portions are healthy-sized (i.e. smallish), allowing you to sample a few different treats, but not extremely cheap (though fair for Rome). Expect to spend 16-20€ on the lower end.

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La Capra Campa Bistrot

Via Dignano D'Istria 51/a
Rome 00177
Mon-Sun 8:00am-10:00pm

La Capra Campa serves all vegan, beautifully-presented classic Italian options like risotto, gnocchi, seating carpaccio at affordable prices . The friendly staff, organic wines, and outdoor dining all make it a charming dining experience. Read the menu here.

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