For a holiday in true Emilia-Romagna style
Launched in 1933 as an establishment offering “the full treatment, bathing cabins, daytime restaurant and bar services, dancing, variety shows and performances for crazy nights”—as the newspapers of the time put it—and expanded in 1940 with a dance floor and a stage for exhibitions, fashion shows, and film and photographic sets, the Bar Ristorante Nettuno in Rimini is a classic Adriatic Riviera destination. Treasuring a precious heritage, it reopened its doors in 2021 after a restyling of the original structure, starting with the iconic terrace offering 360-degree views, from San Marino to Gabicce.
Managed by the Bronzetti family, you can enjoy the youthful, dynamic energy of the facility all day long, thanks to its complete offer, in both summer and winter, ranging from an international breakfast with sea views to pizza, from meat and fish burgers to cocktails, which add a spark to the after-dinner happy hours, with live concerts and DJ sets.
A special mention has to go to Emoshi, a sushi restaurant near the Castello Malatestiano in the historic centre of Rimini that fuses Japanese culture with the colours and exotic flavours of Brazil. Completing the offer is the Cala Piadina, formerly the Gallo bar, where you can enjoy an authentic piadina flatbread from Emilia-Romagna.