North of central Rome, the Ponte Milvio is the city's oldest bridge (206 BC), returned to local prominence in the last decade due to a "love padlock" phenomenon that has been banned and replaced by teenage love graffiti. Despite the bridge's place in history, Ponte Milvio may be more of interest due to its aperitivo culture, which has blown up in particular around the Piazzale di Ponte Milvio just north and west of the bridge. Here you'll find a number of cafes, wine bars, lounges, and more to accommodate drinking and socializing with the locals, usually with plenty of outdoor seating. Some of the more fashionable establishments include the wining and dining of Jarro il Quattordicesimo, the enticing arches of Cafe Coco Loco, and the closest thing in the area to a nightclub, Gone.
Note:Grab some quality gelato at Gelateria Mondi on Via Flaminia.