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  • 1

    Giolitti - Centro Storico

    How can one of Rome's best gelaterie be recommended for budget travelers? Because one of Rome's most decadent pleasures is also one of its most affordable, with prices for cones ranging from €2 up.

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  • 2

    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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  • 3

    Caffè Sant'Eustachio

    19 reviews

    Coffee appears in a million guises in the Eternal City, from cappuccino for the morning, to the alcoholic caffe' corretto after dinner. But Caffe' Sant'Eustachio delivers its own delicious spin on the tiny espresso, with a sweet sugar foam to help it make its way down.

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  • 4

    Forno Campo de' Fiori

    13 reviews

    One of Rome's most famous places to get some salty, chewy, pizza bianca, Forno is open early in the day and is usually deservedly packed with Romans. Not only a cheap but a delicious place to grab a snack while wandering the streets.

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  • 5

    Il Forno Roscioli

    Such delicious pizza, such delicious bread...this is a perfect little stop for a light lunch or snack that won't break the bank.

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  • 6

    Dar Moschino

    4 reviews

    Rome's Garbatella neighborhood is a little secret, tucked behind Ostiense station and filled with little, rounded houses built in the '30s. Dar Moschino is a perfect Roman trattoria, complete with delicious, simple food and brusque waiters.

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  • 7

    Gelateria Petrini

    3 reviews

    The most spectacular gelateria in Rome, and no one knows about it but the locals. The menta romana is creamy and delicately minty without while the passito di pantelleria is a wondrous distillation of the sicilian liqueur. Honestly, all the flavors are just uh-mazing. Close to the Ponte Lungo stop on Metro A, it's on Via Appia Nuova--get out of ...

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  • 8

    Al Vino Al Vino

    2 reviews

    At the aperitivo hour just before dinner, there are few places we'd rather be than Al Vino Al Vino. This great little find in Monti offers an extremely reasonably priced wine list and menu of small plates (prosciutto, cheeses, olives, etc) that are fresh and delightful.

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  • 9

    Pizzeria Leonina Snc

    2 reviews

    Thin, crispy pizza, birra chiara (lager) and some fritti (little fried snacks like our favorite zucchini flowers stuffed with mozzarella) will fill you up for under €20 at Pizzeria Leonina, a Roman classic.

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  • 10

    Societè Lutece

    2 reviews

    Here's the perfect place for chic after work drinks, or just stop by anytime in the evening to soak up the atmosphere created by Rome's young and fashionable.

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  • 11

    Pizzeria la Montecarlo

    6 reviews

    We like the pizza at Montecarlo, although the place has got touristy since 2008 or so. It's on our list of traditional Roman food for its excellent carbonara, one of Rome's flagship pastas.

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  • 12

    Filetti di Baccala

    6 reviews

    This is a casual Roman place, open only at night, that specializes in Baccala, the salty, fried cod typical of central Italy. You can also order puntarelle in season (a delicious green served with an anchovy sauce) and other fried Roman treats like fiori di zucca and suppli. There are no frills here. You eat at a table with a ...

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  • 13

    Palazzo del Freddo di Giovanni Fassi

    Located near Piazza di Vittorio, the Palazzo del Freddo is one of Rome's best gelaterie and is often overlooked by tourists in favor of Giolitti or San Crispino. All the locals know it well, however.

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  • 14

    La Taverna del Ghetto

    6 reviews

    Roman Jewish food is practically its own delicious cuisine. Try the pork-free carbonara with bresaola, carciofi alla giuda, and many more dishes typical of the city's historic Jewish population.

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  • 15

    Pizzeria Florida

    5 reviews

    Rome has got to be one of the top cities in the world for street food on the basis of pizza a taglio alone, and Pizza Florida does this amazing treat exceedingly well. Across from Largo Argentina, where Roman ruins and stray cats mingle, it's a great place to satisfy your hunger without emptying your entire wallet or spending two ...

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  • 16

    Flavio al Velavevodetto

    Come here to try Rome's classic pastas, the amatriciana, cacio e pepe, and carbonara. Located in Testaccio, where you'll find plenty of typical Roman fare, Flavio's is a favorite of our users.

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  • 17

    Volpetti

    3 reviews

    Volpetti sells some of the best cheese and meat in Rome, as well as running a pretty spot-on tavola calda (buffet) next door. While it's not the cheapest place in the world, the cry-tears-of happiness level of the food is worth every extra euro cent.

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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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  • 19

    Felice a Testaccio

    Felice a Testaccio is known for its cacio e pepe and other traditional Roman dishes. The menu changes daily, so check for favorites like coda alla vaccinara (oxtail) and saltimbocca alla romana (veal with prosciutto and sage).

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  • 20

    Gusto

    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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