Clarion Hotel Admiral Palace
Viale Giovanni Pascoli 145
Phone: (39) 0541 392239
Fax: (39) 0541 389562
The oldest of the lot, Rose&Crown pub is second to none in Rimini. There are just too many likable things about the club. To start with, the authentic English menu comes with a dash of Italian influence. The breakfast menu comprises of the traditional Indian eggs and bacon. Besides, some of the spaghettis, raviollis and pork dishes here are totally delectable. Although the restaurant entails a rather peaceful and calm atmosphere, when there are live performances held, it could put some of the most happening nightclubs to shame. Don't forget to try variety of beers that the bar has on offer.
This is a family run pizzeria close to the sea. Simple, youthful and clean. In summer you can eat outside. The tables are well spaced and numerous but there is no area for non-smokers. The Bizzocchi family offer healthy and genuine cooking with a touch of "folklore" in everything they offer. Excellent pizzas, Crostini made with pizza pastry, pasta made on the premises and grilled fish. The prices are lower than average and there is no cover charge. Ideal for youngsters and families.
Macki serves authentic Neopolitan pizzas that will make you crave for some more. Offering a splendid view of the sea, this pizzeria offers grilled barbecue and seafood specialties. When weather permits, the seating is extended outside and the large T.V screen inside keeps the customers glued to Italian football. This pizza joint will not disappoint you.
On entry to this extraordinary pub you may well be accosted by Captain Hook himself because this is an authentic galleon, the Bounty, that features a ship's crew, barrels, parrots and a ship's wheel in the basement of a hotel. In the midst of this rather entertaining idea, you can admire the skills of the barmen (or rather the storekeepers) as they whisk you up a cocktail, cook you a pizza or make you walk the plank to the dance floor. There are also hidden areas on the ship for those seeking intimacy, including a waterfall and the rooms of the poop deck.
True to itself for years thanks to its continued success, this is a somewhat special pizzeria where the lover of "health" food, biological products, "new age" food, as well as the simple gourmand in search of fanciful flavors can be accommodated. The wood furniture, warm and welcoming, but nevertheless extremely simple, immediately strikes you in the restaurant. The seats are folding chairs, uncomfortable by definition: however, they do have cushions. The small tables are too close together, but there is a room for non-smokers. The menu offers classic pizzas and a series of specials and a good selection of whole-wheat pizzas. In addition to pizza, the restaurant offers a nourishing series of first courses with whole-wheat pasta and rice or fresh pasta. The large mixed salads and crostini and crostoni (small and large toasted breads) topped in various ways certainly are worthwhile. The dessert section is fantastic: so many, so inviting and tasty, they are one of the Brasserie's strong points. The "cellar" offers few bottles (including some organic wines) and a modest selection of biologically natural beers. The prices are higher than average for pizzerias, but not one lira is badly spent.
This classic pub is on Rimini's inner sea front (the more popular one). The Pinte has managed to carve itself a large niche of the market through playing excellent live music and it has always been popular with foreign tourists. Recently, the pub's kitchen has started to sell really good pizza; a perfect accompaniment to their huge range of beers and cocktails. During the summer, it is worth sitting at one of the outdoor tables to sit sipping a drink and watching the people go by. It is a little less popular in the winter, but it is still fun.
A cutting-edge restaurant from all points of view, the former Rock Hudson (which served milk from fake gasoline pumps) has changed itself in a thousand ways, offering its habitual and eclectic clientele very good performances and music one step ahead of other discotheques of the same type. During the winter, many very famous musicians stop in these parts, and it is not difficult to find Jovanotti, Articolo 31 or Samuele Bersani seated at a table drinking a beer while they listen to the rhythms played by the DJ Willy Sintuci. The musical selection ranges from Rock to Acid Jazz, from Groove to Tribal, but the variations are continuous and the rhythms so complicated that almost everyone is always dancing, from the cloakroom to bar. Friday night is for older clients, while Saturday night is strictly for the younger crowd; however, nothing stops you from trying them both. Slightly less crowded between June and August.
The restaurant is located in one of Rimini's most neglected areas, between the railway and bus stations. It is therefore convenient if you are waiting to leave the city. There is one large room on two floors and you will feel completely at ease in the smaller room sitting at large, well separated tables on green chairs with gentle background music. The service is professional and courteous. The menu is typical of the area: grouper fishcakes, 'Moscardini' with potatoes and polenta, spaghetti with sepia, ravioli with 'Mazzola', gilthead, fried squid and Courgettes and many other fish dishes. The wine list is based on Emilia Romagna and neighboring regions.
This 150 seater offers you authentic local cuisine. Chi Burdlaz has a warm and welcoming atmosphere coupled with friendly and efficient service. With its heavily wooded interiors, this pizzeria almost has an old world charm about it. It is famous for its classic Napolitana pizza made from the freshest of ingredients. The pasta dishes and meat and seafood specialties are all worth a try. With its warm hospitality and authentic cuisine, this one's a sure winner.
Between the villas of obvious seaside architecture and hotels facing Viale Vespucci, this Osteria-Pizzeria is located at the boundary of Borgo Marina, today more commonly called Marina Centro. Recently opened (a little more than two years ago), it has been very successful amongst lovers of good pizza and the flavors of Romagnese tradition. Bright and welcoming, vaguely rustic, embellished with a series of hand-painted lamp shades. An even more pleasant place when you discover that there is a non-smoking room on the upper floor. Possibility of tasting the Osteria's cuisine (first courses made in house, simple second courses with intense flavor, salads and fanciful side dishes), but this restaurant's war horse is undoubtedly the pizza: the rich and flavorful garden, the intense taste of the Capricciosa, all just at the right thinness, fragrant, well cooked, and in no way dry. Note also the homemade desserts of Argentine origin: the tasty Dolce di Latte and the simple and rich bread cake.
Pizzeria Da Biagio offers cheesy, crispy and crusty pizzas for everyone to relish. The pizza parlor is well known for its amazing pizza recipes and is a Rimini favorite. The restaurant entails a very casual and comfortable atmosphere and the service here is amazing too. And if you're looking for a cozy eatery for an outing with friends, then this the perfect place. Relish the delightful variety of pizzas at the Pizzeria Da Biagio and take along with you a full stomach and a memorable experience.
Capogiro is a small, cozy bar serving specialty Caribbean cocktails, appetizers and a delicious buffet spread. The ambiance is warm and friendly at this bar. This charming place is open till the wee hours of dawn and you can just relax and unwind or simply groove to the dance beats. This is a nice place to go, to have an overall good time.