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  • 41

    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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  • 42

    Hard Rock Cafe

    4 reviews

    Absolutely fantastic!

  • 43

    Gelateria Petrini

    3 reviews

    Located just past Piazza Re di Roma on the Via Appia Nuova, Gelateria Petrini is a local favorite, with imaginative flavors and, in summer, a long line out the door.

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  • 44


    3 reviews

    If you're out in the artsy Pigneto neighborhood, Necci is the place to be. A historic home with loads of stories connected to it, Necci's outdoor terrace and garden is striking at night, perfect for romantic dinners as well as lively chats with friends and family. The food is neo-Italian, classic Italian dishes with a twist or deconstructed. A favorite ...

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  • 45

    Flor Gelateria

    Flor was one of the best gelato places I went to in Italy. It's located just a few blocks away from the Colesseum. All their flavors taste very natural, like the actual fruit or flavor that it is supposed to be. I really loved the pistachio that had a nutty flavor to it but was not heavy at all. The ...

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  • 46

    Osteria Margutta

    3 reviews

    Lovely restaurant in lovelier Via Margutta.

  • 47

    Gelarmony Gelateria Siciliana

    Ok, this place is one of the most Gelateria places in Rome where you would buy a 'gelato' (ice cream) after the other to taste all those delicious flavors... I love Ice Cream and Sicilian ice cream is probably the most delicious Italian gelato worth trying. This place is always busy with customers deciding which among the many flavors they ...

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  • 48

    Sora Margherita

    Without any obvious signs and reservations necessary for weekday lunch (the only time they're open besides weekend evenings), you need to read a review to know to come here. In the heart of the Jewish Ghetto, Sora Margherita specializes in Roman and Jewish cuisine, my two favorites in the world. It's become fairly touristed, but the food is still well ...

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  • 49

    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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  • 50

    Il Convivio Troiani

    3 reviews

    Among the best restaurants in all of Rome, and one of the only to have been awarded the Michelin star, Il Convivio Troiani is a great choice for the discerning connoisseur. Combining traditional elements of Italian cooking with contemporary trends resulted in a one-of-a-kind menu that has been the talk of the town. Visitors here can expect a delicious meal ...

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  • 51

    Bir & Fud

    5 reviews

    Hang out for students at John Cabot University and other tourists who are tiring of genuine Italian food. It's not horrible, but it's basically a fast food pizza joint with decent service.

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  • 52

    Da Augusto

    if you wanna have an authentic roman experience in one of Trastevere hidden squares, this is the place !

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  • 53

    Pizzeria Imperiale

    3 reviews

    One of the many touristy eateries right by the Colosseum, the food is decent and not too pricy, but be advised they do not serve pasta at "lunch," which goes as late as 4 or 5 pm.

  • 54

    Antica Pesa

    3 reviews

    Good food, good service. Convenient location near lots of bars in Travestere.

  • 55

    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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  • 56

    La Carbonara

    Was faced with a tough decision of figuring out where to go eat one night in Rome 8 years ago (that's Roma, for locals) and had absolutely no idea, other than grabbing a travel guidebook I purchased from triple A right before the trip, and basically doing some eeeny meeny miney schmoe with random finger pointing to decide our free ...

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  • 57

    Sant' Eustachio Il Caffé

    2 reviews

    One of the best places to get coffee in Rome. Italian coffee is usually not sitting and hanging out in the cafe. Drink it at the bar quickly and move out! :) Interior at this cafe is quite charming. Located in the heart of Rome, in front of the Senato della Repubblica palace, it is just a few steps away ...

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  • 58


    2 reviews

    Delicious! Panella is dedicated to the art of fine bread making, so naturally, their store is filled with savory and sweet delights. I ordered a slice of pizza (zucchini flowers and anchovies, from what I can remember) and a piece of supplì (fried risotto balls similar to arancini di riso). The total was 6,70€. Not too shabby, given that the ...

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  • 59

    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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  • 60

    Vineria Il Chianti

    2 reviews

    Excellent food!!!

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