Osteria delle Coppelle is located on the beautiful, small square of the same name, in Rome. Both are named after “cupelle”, i.e. wooden containers – from the Latin ‘cupa’, meaning ‘barrel’ – that were used in Antiquity to trade water and, more importantly, wine.
So in a way, the small widening on Rione Sant’Eustachio has had something to do with food for centuries. The Osteria’s concept still stems from that – with snacks and drinks, aperitifs, lunches and dinners that reveal all the flavors of traditional cuisine.
From ‘saltimbocca alla romana’ to lamb, from tripe to ‘coda alla vaccinara’, not to mention ‘rigatoni alla gricia’ and beans with pork rinds… Osteria delle Coppelle is bursting with Rome’s flavors, personality, and much more.