Trattorias and Osterias serve traditional Roman fare. Here are the best traditional restaurants in Rome to dive into the local cuisine.
Whether you’re a local or a visitor, you can’t miss out on aperitivo, namely Italian happy hour. It doesn’t matter which day of the week it is, from 6pm – 9pm, Romans love to indulge in this delicious ritual.
My guide to help you choose the best neighbourhood for your visit to Rome (and the neighbourhoods to avoid).
Want to know where to eat the best fish in Rome? From seafood cruditè to pasta with clams, here’s my guide to the best seafood restaurants in Rome.
Pierluigi is one of the best seafood restaurants in the center of Rome situated just a footstep away from Campo dei Fiori.
The best speakeasy bars in Rome If “cocktails” is the word, Argot is the answer. Located a footstep away from Campo de’ Fiori, this…