Il Caffe di Sant’Eustachio was born in the thirties, located in Rome before the Italian Senate, a step away from Piazza Navona and the Pantheon.
The foundation year is 1938. The mosaic flooring and furnishings are still the original ones. The deer symbol Sant'Eustachio Coffee evokes the appearance and the conversion of the pagan Eustace to Christianity. In the square, in fact, established over a thousand years, the basilica of Saint Eustace, who was placed on top, instead of the cross, a white deer with a cross stuck between the horns.
The management of brothers Raymond and Robert Ricci begun in 1999; Eustache Coffee keeps intact the tradition is continued pursuit of the most valuable mix and offers a range of products based on a secret blend became legendary.
Coffee has six tables outside and inside an apparatus for roasting wood dated 1948, which still works today.
By Maria Morari
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