Following an overload of museums,gallerias and palazzos, took a break to the outer northeast limits of Rome's historic district for a different cultural experience - the Cathedral Club. Reachable by public bus, this is not another magnificent church, but a grand pool hall. Approximately 15 well maintained tables (including not only a 6' x 12' snooker, but American Brunswick Gold Crowns in addition to Italian made tables. Also noted were facilities for table tennis and chess plus (I believe) some poker type slots. Clean and well run, it is in a pleasant, mostly residential neighborhood, just a 15 minute walk from the Quartier Coppede area ( a MUST SEE neighborhood mostly unknown to Americans).
There in the afternoon, with my limited language skills, I believe they may have live music during evenings. Full bar. Nice break area if needed.
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