Daphne Veneto is on the opposite side of the plaza to where Daphne Trevi is located, on a quiet street parallel to the via Veneto, one of the most elegant and famous streets in Rome (where Fellini made the film 'La Dolce Vita.') There are two delicious pizza-by-the-slice places right by us, and a small grocer on the street behind us.
When you come out of the turnstile, go right to exit the metro station. Take the stairs to all the way your right, towards via di san Basilio. You will come out on the corner of via Veneto and via San Basilio. Go about halfway up via San Basilio to number 55. There is a small sign on the outside of the building.