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  • 1

    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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  • 2

    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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  • 3

    Caffè Sant'Eustachio

    19 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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  • 4

    Ristorante "Il Sorriso"

    3 reviews

    Read the reviews on here so visited tonight. Couldn't have been more friendly and helpful - they even took a table and chairs out because we wanted to sit outside - just go there you'll love it.

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  • 5

    Necci

    3 reviews

    Since 1924, this bar in the edgy Pigneto neighborhood has been a Roman institution. In fact, in the 1950s, Pier Paolo Pasolini—the famous Italian film director, writer, and poet—was one of the bar's most frequent clients. Today, it's a retro-chic spot that still attracts a crowd of hip Romans, now with offerings like brunch, aperitivo, or late-night drinks (it's open ...

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    Sant' Eustachio Il Caffé

    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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  • 7

    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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  • 8

    Giolitti - Centro Storico

    I'm not the type to go crazy over gelato. I mean, I love it. It's just not something I obsess over like pizza or perfectly symmetrical building plans. That said, Giolitti is a fun place to get great gelato artigianale with the rest of the known universe. Yes, everyone is coming here, and for good reason. The gelato is superb; ...

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  • 9

    Il Gelato di San Crispino - Trevi Fountain

    It's pretty good gelato, but the prices are higher, the servings are smaller and the service is usually average. Rome now has so many more stellar places, San Crispino seems to exist more on hype. I liked it, but I did not love it. Still, it's probably your best bet in the area around the Fontana di Trevi.

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  • 10

    Old Bridge Gelateria

    Great texture and friendly enough service, Old Bridge is one of the more talked-about gelaterie in Rome. Not surprisingly, there's often a crowd in front. I opted to go on a rainy day, and there was still a five minute wait. I had the dark chocolate and the pistachio. Both were good, but I felt they could've had a bit ...

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  • 11

    Forno Campo de' Fiori

    13 reviews

    Probably the best place for a cheap bite in the Forno. The pastries are a hit, but you really ought to try the selection of pizzas. Whether you get a slice of pizza rossa or a more substantial slice, the prices are good and they can be folded to go for easy eating by the water structure outside.

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  • 12

    Bar Pompi

    Tips for ordering tiramisu at Pompi (for Americans): (1) Figure out if you want to eat inside or have it to-go. If dining inside, head to the tables and jump to (4). (2) If to-go, pay for it at the cassa. (3) Take the receipt to the bar. (4) Select a variety: classic, Nutella, dark chocolate, mixed berry, strawberry or ...

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  • 13

    Trattoria Monti

    “Consistently good”, “authentic” fare from the Le Marche region, including “delicious” “homemade pastas”, makes this “small” trattoria “off the beaten track” in Trinitá dei Monti worth seeking out; assets also include a “friendly” staff (“take their advice on the best dishes of the day”) and, better still, “bargain prices.

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  • 14

    Gusto

    10 reviews

    Excellent cuisine in a relaxing, picturesque locale. An extensive selection of formaggi and salumi.

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  • 15

    Trattoria Cacio e Pepe

    8 reviews

    They have THE most delicious pasta cabonara in the world. Seriously, I ate there four times a week when I was in Rome. It's the best. And the restaurants namesake dish Cacio e Pepe is also delicious, btw.

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  • 16

    Pizzeria la Montecarlo

    6 reviews

    The thing is that you go to montecarlo when the queue to Baffetto-2 across the street is out of any moral perception:)and you go to Baffetto-2 because the original Baffetto is so famous among the tourists that hardly any roman can support that waiting list...But the point is that all 3 spots are owned by the same italian family, so ...

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  • 17

    Il Forno Roscioli

    A beautiful bakery near Campo de' Fiori, Il Forno Roscioli also runs a restaurant just steps away. If you're looking for Pizza Bianca, this is the best place to get it. Salty, fresh and tasty. Perfect for the road.

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  • 18

    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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  • 19

    Felice a Testaccio

    Great food, located in the Trastevere neighborhood, they change their menu everyday so you can check online what you like the best (www.feliceatestaccio.it), try the traditional Tonarelli Cacio e Pepe and their Filetto di Manzo Danese.

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  • 20

    Palazzo del Freddo di Giovanni Fassi

    Palazzo del Freddo di Giovanni Fassi (or just Fassi, as everyone I know seems to call it), calls itself Rome's oldest gelateria. Of all the gelato places I've visited, it certainly has the oldest feel. It resembles a giant cafeteria, a square with loads of people lined up to place an order. Not the most fun. Even Giolitti in the ...

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