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    Campo de' Fiori

    63 reviews

    The Campo has a lovely morning veggie market, as well as a number of bars popular with the American/English expat crowd. What once was a popular place for Romans to get aperitivo now definitely caters to the English speakers abroad crew. However, the central statue of burned heretic Giordano Bruno still lends an atmosphere of history and mystery to the ...

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    Trastevere

    85 reviews

    A great neighbourhood with lots of bars, restaurants and cafés. perfect destination for college students because of its active nightlife.

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    New Testaccio Market

    7 reviews

    The *real Rome* is arguably in Testaccio and Garbatella. At the Mercato di Testaccio, you'll definitely hear your fair share of the guttural Roman accent, whether spoken by Romans or Bangladeshis, plus have the opportunity to buy great fresh food of all kinds.

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    Piazza Navona

    190 reviews

    A wonderful location for a spot of lunch, and people watching.

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    Freni e Frizioni

    8 reviews

    One of my favorite things about Italy is an evening tradition: apertivos. It's where you can buy a drink and get access to an all-you-can-eat appetizers area. I looked up a few places, and Freni e Frizioni came highly recommended... with good reason. This place is delicious, well-worth it, hip, and has a GREAT mojito. Recommended!

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    Eating Italy Food Tours

    5 reviews

    My husband and I went on this tour for both the evening and lunch tour. It was amazing. The food was great and they took you places that were off the beaten path. You got to eat as the Romans do and see where they hang out as well. I highly recommend it!!

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    Jewish Ghetto

    17 reviews

    A visit to the Jewish Ghetto is necessary to find restaurants serving the best Carciofi alla Giudea, but also take a tour that explains the history of the area--one of the first ghettoes in Europe.

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    Castroni

    3 reviews

    This is the kind of shop foodies dream about: An old establishment with specialty food items from around the world displayed from ceiling to floor and across every wall. Local chocolates and pasta, oriental teas, wine, meats and cheeses, etc. You can find it here. A friend of mine walked me in before disappearing into the cavern that is the ...

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  • 9

    Monti

    5 reviews

    If I could live anywhere in Rome, it would be in Monti. Hip restaurants, classic Italian boutiques, and a central location between the Colosseum, Centro Storico and the Trevi Fountain make it a must-see neighborhood. Small streets that aren't crowded at night lead to a piazza where young folk congregate with pizza slices and beers. My favorite gelateria (Fatamorgana) is ...

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  • 10

    Testaccio

    5 reviews

    Testaccio is a neighborhood I could live in. With a historic and vibrant market, the original Giolitti and a great location near enough to Trastevere, it's got the character you would want without all the tourists.

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    Garbatella

    2 reviews

    I lived in Garbatella for about 2 years, and absolutely loved it. The houses are 1930s constructions which are super quaint and have a very village-y feel. There are a few amazing trattorie which are just so Roman they become almost caricatures. It's quiet and residential, but beautiful and quirky.

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    Salotto 42

    2 reviews

    Sultry cocktail lounge and wine bar not far from the Pantheon. A nice break from the tourists and the heat.

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    La Casa Del caffe' Tazza D'oro

    3 reviews

    Quite possibly the best coffee in Rome. That's saying a lot but I ordered a decaf cappuccino (1,30 euro) and it was DELICIOUS. Normally I don't expect full bodied flavor from decaf but this was a different beast all together. There was complexity and fruitiness. It was very good. You order at the register, pay, get your receipt and bring ...

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  • 14

    Piazza Vittorio

    2 reviews

    Rome's palm tree filled Piazza is just behind Termini Station and, these days, filled with Indian and Chinese markets, as well as renowned quirky discount Emporium MAS. The square was the geographic center for the Orchestra di Piazza Vittorio, a multicultural band that has found a degree of international fame. If you're lucky, you'll catch them playing here of a ...

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    Sant'Eustachio Il Caffè

    2 reviews

    This is what espresso in Heaven must taste like! All of the hype you've heard is 100% true -- this is without question the single best cup of espresso I have ever had in the world. Yes, the world's best. If you love coffee, make this your first stop in Rome. I literally shed tears in the street on my ...

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  • 16

    Open Baladin

    5 reviews

    It's a bit sad that my best meal in Rome thus far is a burger and beer. But let me tell you, Open Baladin is legit. I've tried a lot of burgers around the world and the Capri Burger here is one of the best I've had. The meat is juicy, the bread (made by Bonci of Pizzarium) is soft ...

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    Raffaello Sapori d'Italia

    2 reviews

    Cool shop located near the Pantheon for those looking for gourmet treats to sample and send home. You can try a number of meats and some liquors here. It was the first and only time I tried meloncello! Fun to browse, even if you're not planning on buying anything.

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    Makasar

    2 reviews

    It's difficult to categorize Makasar, except to simply say it's an awesome tea house, book shop and aperitivo joint. Yes, all three. The aperitivo comes with wine or a well-made cocktail, and runs around 7 euros. Very affordable given the casual elegance of the place. The service is incredibly friendly and prompt. The tea room/bookstore/bar additionally provides free wireless Internet. ...

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  • 19

    Elizabeth Minchilli in Rome

    1 review

    On my husband and my third visit to Rome (first for our adult daughter), we decided to stay at a vacation rental instead of a hotel. We had seen Italian markets with inviting produce, but what would we do with food items when we had no kitchen in our hotel room? Since we were planning to buy at least a ...

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  • 20

    Cooking Classes in Rome

    1 review

    It's hard to express how awesome this was without sounding insincere but without a doubt this has been one of the best experiences I've had through all my travels around Europe. Andrea is an amazing teacher, able to tackle all your misconceptions about Italian food and give you real, practical tips for everything from how to peel tomatoes to how ...

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