Visitor Guide

Monday Eats in Rome!

Posted April 25, 2018 by Morgan Stansell in Dining, Life in Rome, Things to Do

Got the Monday blues? Come to Rome and eat at one of our unique and delicious locations! We’ve compiled a list of open locations that will liven up any day of the week!

Early Monday

Get your coffee bright and early from Swift and Finch, which is a wonderful cafe off of Broad Street in Downtown Rome. They are open from 6:30 am- 11 pm so there’s always an opportunity to experience one of Rome’s unique places.


A very yummy bar from Doug’s Deli!

Doug’s Deli Downtown opens up at 7 am with an array of breakfast sandwiches and sweet treats to choose from for the early morning traveler!


There are lots of options for lunch in Rome from Mexican-style LocoMex and El Zarape to Italian with Johnny’s Pizza and La Scala. Schroeder’s New Deli is open from 11 am-9 pm where you can get a sandwich for lunch or a tasty pepperoni pizza for dinner (or my favorite– the potato skins!). Jamwich is an excellent and super cool venue for sandwiches- with a twist! Most of the sandwiches are made with Zelma’s jam.

Later Monday

Dinner is served at Moe’s BBQ, where the banana pudding tastes like a grandmother’s warm embrace. Mellow Mushroom is also open for an excellent Caesar Salad and the yummy Funky Q. Chicken (because anything BBQ is a must when in the south).


You can’t miss dessert when there are so many options to choose from! The City Creamery is a local hot spot with soft-serve frozen yogurt and ice cream with all the toppings. They also carry iced coffee, hot lattes, and bubble tea.


There’s nothing like starting off the week with a bang! Pop into Rome and wind down with cocktails and apps from Dark Side of the Moon or the bar at LaScala.

Whether you’re in town for the weekend or can’t get away until Monday, you’re going to get a unique bite out of Rome!

About the Author

Morgan is a recent graduate of Berry College who spends most of her time drinking coffee and playing fetch with her dog Apache. Her passions include watching classic film, lifting weights, and exploring Rome's vast history.

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