Forget about the private little corner table for two. You won’t be worried about lack of privacy or an intimate setting here, because this table is the only one in the whole place.
Located in the town of Vacone, Italy, with a population of 264, and about forty-miles north of Rome, it is noted as the smallest restaurant in the world and the only company you and your date will have, is your server. Solo Per Due is housed in a building that has been around since the nineteenth century. The property are the remains of a Roman Villa Carlo Bartolomeo Piazza. It was given to Horace, who was a famous Latin poet by Mecenate, the cultural minister to the first emperor
of Rome, Ceasar Augustus.
Have a seat in the shade outside while you enjoy an aperitif before your meal while you enjoy the luscious views of vineyards and olive groves. There is no need for a menu when it is prepared each day from freshly picked ingredients in time with the season. You dishes will be adorned with nothing but the freshest and highest quality of extra virgin olive oil, wild mushrooms, wild fruits, local sheep’s cheese, and homemade pastas and bread, paired with only the best wines from the top cellars.
As soon as you have settled down at your table and you are ready for your meal, just ring the silver bell to summon your waiter. The lights will go down and you can take the hand of your significant other while you anticipate probably one of the most romantic nights you might experience in a lifetime. This is a dining experience to inspire and feel as if perhaps you have taken a step back in time, into another life, maybe your own Roman villa.