Lumen, Cocktails & Cuisine


Hours of Operation

Monday:
09:00 AM–10:30 PM
Tuesday:
09:00 AM–10:30 PM
Wednesday:
09:00 AM–10:30 PM
Thursday:
09:00 AM–10:30 PM
Friday:
09:00 AM–10:30 PM
Saturday:
09:00 AM–10:30 PM
Sunday:
09:00 AM–10:30 PM

Cuisine

Mediterranean

Dress code

Smart Casual

Phone

+39 06 4709 2740

LUMEN Cocktails & Cuisine, which owes its name to the unit of measurement of light, is ready to welcome its guests with an all-day offer, made of various options around the hours of the day. From gathering point in the morning, when the breakfast is served, to ideal setting for a business lunch under the majestic central dome; as unmissable place-to-be for aperitivo, when the St. Regis Sabering ritual announces the arrival of the evening, until after dinner, where the drinking experience becomes a sociality event. Lumen recalls the chandeliers, the crystals and their sparkling magic. Lumen is the light of each of us amplified and multiplied by sociality, that here beats in its pulsating heart. Lumen is impalpable material as the wings of a butterfly, symbol of a place born to elevate the drinking experience.

A smart casual dress code is required starting from 6.30 pm.

MINI MING - designed by Federico Pepe

Inspired by the tradition of Chinese porcelain as an example of supreme elegance and aesthetics, the series is composed by two glasses, conceived as vases with a lid and hand-decorated with an iconic and recurrent patterns such as "Eyes in Chains" and "Spine". Mini Ming recalls the oriental Ming vases changed into pots and cups used for drinking wine since ancient times. The oriental mood is found in the choice of ingredients that give life to a fresh cocktail mixed on yuzu and dai-dai juices plus infused tangerine green tea.

POZZANGHERE - designed by Nico Vascellari

Pozzanghere is collection of glasses half-lathed and half-shaped by hand. The ceramic cups designed and manufactured for The St. Regis Rome are inspired by the contrasts and opposed forces of which the city of Rome seems to be fed and be a symbol, from the origins linked to the mysterious fate of the twins Romulus and Remus. The two faces welcome a cocktail where the herbaceous and dark notes inspire a primary and primitive dimension, where drinking becomes a ritual integrated in a community context.

ATOLLO - designed by Patricia Urquiola

An alluring shimmering glass evocatively named Atollo, from "atholhu" in the Dhivehi language, idiom originating in the Maldives archipelago, recalling the heavenly land of an atoll. The glass, indeed, is conceived as a column supporting a hemispherical module, just like the heavenly landscape of an atoll eclosing an internal logoon. Atollo is the starting point for an imaginative exotic journey  reflected in the namesake cocktail made with Champagne, Italicus, Americano Cocchi, lemon juice, sugar syrup, and gin.
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