|Angolo means "corner"--the same term used for corner|
kicks in soccer. "Corner Bar": very common, and
a trifle postmodern, in that it takes its proper name
from common speech, as in "let's go have drink
at the corner bar.
|Can't get any simpler than that. In a Rome suburb.|
|Bar dei Cacciatori--Hunters' Bar. More common|
in small towns and villages, where people hunt. I'm not aware
of a Bar dei Cacciatori in Rome.
|Vince comes from "Vincere"--to win. Possible|
translation: "Victory Bar."
|A common bar name, which doesn't translate well.|
"Encounter Bar" would be literal, but
"Meeting Place" would be more literate.
|A weird one. Caffe' Apocalypse is in the foothills|
town of Aielli near Monte Sirente. Drinks after a long trek with an Italian hiking group on the gola and serra of Celano.