The story is told Rai Radio1 guest of A Day by Sheep, Titti Mambrini, owner of the restaurant 'da Teo in Trastevere, Rome, where yesterday you are meeting the parliamentarians of Italy Alive. What songs they sang? “If they are taken with a football team. They started to sing Juve m...a, jumped all together, stirred up a little by Roberto Giachetti”.
Giachetti, amazed that "the news of a private dinner" is output on the agencies, confirms and explains. "We have made an exchange of banter with Luigi Marattin, who was at Brussels. I roma fans he avid juventino we always take around with respect to our opposing supporters. And so we thought we'd send him an audio file. Around here, a goliardata during a private dinner".
How is it toasted? “With red and white wines,” continues the caterer. What was the menu? “A series of hors d'oeuvres romans with a sort of fixed menu: artichokes, burrata cheese, and chicory. Renzi has taken the pens to the angry and Woods, a cut of tuna. Renzi has toasted with a bit of red wine, there was a lot of joy.” How much was the total bill? "There are about 40 euros per person".
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