With its splendid panels  and its wine cellar in a cave, Restaurant “Massimo d’Azeglio” has maintained King Umberto-style magnificence of the late nineteenth century. It played a key role in the early years when Rome became the capital of Italy and guests have included King Peter I of Serbia and historical  figures such as the flying ace Francesco Baracca, General Diaz, Giovanni Giolitti and the composer Mascagni. It still has mementoes  from two prime Ministers of the Kingdom of Sardinia and Italy: a self-portrait by Massimo d’Azeglio, who was also a painter and the signature of Count Cavour. It belongs to the Bettoja family for five generations. Its specialty is boiled meat of Piedmont.

Association of the Historical Stores of Excellence in Rome

Association of the Historical Stores of Excellence in Rome
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