Restaurants for Business Travelers in Rome, Italy 

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    Giolitti - Centro Storico

    Despite being a tourist trap, this is truly some of the best gelato in Rome. Trust me... I tired almost all of them. I usually prefer the gelato that is served covered up, but the flavors here are incredible. Make sure you step up to the front and yell your order or you could be there all day.

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    La Focaccia

    3 reviews

    Wonderful ristorante with amazing mushroom pizza in front of the Santa Maria della Pace. Highly recommend their al fresco dining. Simply the best of a lot of good choices.

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    Antica Birreria Peroni

    2 reviews

    wonderful restaurant tucked away off the Via del Corso. Does amazing fettucini and steaks and sausages (served 'Roman style') of all sorts. Especially enjoyed the ox. Good bread as well and, of course, peroni beer.

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    La Trattoria degli Amici

    4 reviews

    Really nice atmosphere and hard to argue with the social mission of the place. But the food is uneven. First course was excellent, pasta average, meat unremarkable, tiramisu excellent. But ymmv.

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    Betto E Mary

    2 reviews

    Amazing authentic working class Roman cuisine. You need to speak Italian to be happy there and if you wear a tie, they'll cut it off. But if you can hack that, it's a fabulous experience.

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    Caffè Canova - Tadolini

    2 reviews

    Service was a bit dodgy and they were out of most food items by the evening, but fabulous location for amazing cocktails amid the sculptures. Pretty camp but fun! Have coffee or tea among the statues!

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    2 reviews

    This is one of my favorite restaurants in the city, and it is not far from the Protestant Cemetary and Piramide! After exploring the Aventine or spending a quiet afternoon exploring the cemetery, there's nothing like a nice meal and a glass of wine to make the evening complete. There's always a healthy crowd of locals so you know that ...

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    Ristorante Maccheroni

    3 reviews

    People love this place or hate it. I don't mind it at all, and it is one of the few restaurants that I have visited in the city that doesn't mind children dining. The food is pretty good, and I think that your children are bound to find something on the menu that is to their satisfaction. The staff are ...

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  • 9

    Roma Sparita

    3 reviews

    A bustling restaurant and pizzeria in the heart of Trastevere.

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  • 10

    La Matricianella

    2 reviews

    Exceptionally good bucatini alla'amatriciana. This is their specialty and is the thing to get. Atmosphere is good but service a little rough. If the weather is nice, sit outside.

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    Tre Scalini

    2 reviews

    I decided to dine at a touristy restaurant along Piazza Navona just so I could sit beside Piazza Navona like they do in the movies. Aside from the price, I was pleasantly surprised with the experience. The waiter, somewhat absentminded, messed up my order twice. He quickly fixed it and apologized. The food was tasty and the views are amazing. ...

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    Caffè Sant'Eustachio

    19 reviews

    Coffee was absolutely delicious but I felt like I had to skull it down because of the crowd, and not used to drinking my coffee at a standing bar! Guess that's a thing of custom though, if you like your coffee on the go and in a high-pace atmosphere then this is definitely for you! Also enjoyed a bar of ...

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    Il Gelato di San Crispino - Trevi Fountain

    My wife and I enjoyed our visit to the Il Gelato di San Crispino while we were visiting the Trevi Fountain. We were told that most of the restaurants around the Fountain were tourists traps, but one person suggested we try the gelato San Cripinos, we did and we're glad we took his advice.

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  • 14

    Forno Campo de' Fiori

    13 reviews

    One of the more famous pizzerias. The pizza is simple, delicious and refreshing after a long walk. Should finish with a gelato at a nearby shop.

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    Bar Pompi

    You really have to know about this place to find it. Tucked away behind Piazza Roma di Rè, it's a seemingly unassuming bar that just happens to serve the city's best tiramisu. Try the strawberry version for a special twist.

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    Hostaria Costanza

    My wife and I discovered this "Hosteria" from an Italian friend of ours from Genoa who spends a lot of time in Rome. She highly recommended the Costanza, and after eating there I quite understand why she would be so high on this restaurant, for the Italian food at the Costanza is the best I have ever had in my ...

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    Old Bridge Gelateria

    After spending a good part of the morning at the Vatican Museum and Sistine Chapel. I was suppose to meat my family at St. Peter's Square. My aunt who lives in Rome and works for the Vatican, gave me a tip. After seeing the museum, go across the street and get a gelato at the Old Bridge. Being a good ...

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  • 18

    Trattoria Monti

    One of those trattorie that's been around forever, and still does it well. Trattoria Monti serves food from the Marche, on Italy's Adriatic Coast, and does it with simple aplomb.

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    10 reviews

    Gusto offers a brunch buffet that features a mix of American favorites like scrambled eggs and Italian primi and secondi, with al fresco tables on Piazza Augusto Imperatore, this is a popular choice among expats and Italians alike, so try to arrive early (That’s 12 pm in Italy!) Aperitivo is popular as well.

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    Trattoria Cacio e Pepe

    8 reviews

    The name says it all. Come to trattoria cacio e pepe to try the eponymous pasta, spaghetti covered in cheese and black pepper, an example of the simple genius of traditional Roman food.

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