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Luce Cocktail Bar & Restaurant Illuminates The Roman Appian Way With a New Chef

After last year's summer debut, Luce Experience returns to illuminate the Archeological Park of Appia Antica with its flamboyant outdoor space. The cocktail bar is placed at the corner of the sprawling garden highlighted with large round juta carpets, teal throw pillows, low tables and wrought iron garden sets. Flanked on the other part of the garden is the restaurant – pizzeria where white wooden tables and chairs are set for dining in open air. It continues to attract guests with its country chic setting as the sun sets with its orange streaks. A beautiful setting where the play of light and nature merge in one backdrop just outside Rome.

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