Centrale Ristotheatre, Rome
Centrale Ristotheatre is an old theatre in Rome that is located behind Piazza Venezia. Restored in 2003, it is now a “ristoteatro” – or dining theatre where guests can enjoy a variety of shows while comfortably seated at their dinner table.
Shows on the history of Italy through Italian songs from the 1920s to date alternate with dancers and singers performing live, with famous international hits on the subject of seduction.
The restaurant serves a traditional cuisine, with specialities of tonnarelli cacio e pepe (tonnnarelli pasta with cheese and pepper) served in a pecorino basket, tagliolini con i frutti di mare e zafferano (tagliolini with seafood and saffron), orecchiette con broccoli pecorino di fossa (orecchiette with broccoli and pecorino cheese) and filetto di manzo ai tre pepi (three-pepper fillet of beef).
After dinner and the evening shows, the stage is cleared to make room for live bands until the early hours. Aperitifs are served every Sunday from 7.30 pm, accompanied by an enticing buffet, live music and a DJ set.
The disco starts at 10 pm and plays pop and happy/revival.