Tours in Rome
Roman cuisine is all about simple, fresh, seasonal ingredients, and making do with whatever is at hand. The working-class inhabitants of Testaccio were eating nose-to-tail out of necessity decades before it was cool, and Rome’s Jewish community made gastronomic magic happen with simple vegetables like artichokes and zucchini.
Pizza and pasta are plentiful, too, of course. But like all the best food in the Eternal City, they’re best when done in the local style. Forget everything you know about spaghetti Bolognese and Neapolitan pizza—it’s time to eat like a Roman! Carbonara and pizza al taglio await.
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Our 9 Top Picks for Michelin-Starred Restaurants in ItalyMay 18, 2023Our 9 Top Picks for Michelin-Starred Restaurants in Italy
If you’re keeping score, there are 381 restaurants in Italy that have earned one, two, or three stars from the esteemed tire company, Michelin. That makes Italy the country with the third most Michelin stars on the planet (after France and Japan). Which is really saying something, considering Italian cuisine is also known as “cucina […]
Our 5 Top Spots for the Best Maritozzo in RomeMarch 29, 2023If you're not sure where to eat in Rome on Sunday morning, Linari (home of the best maritozzi in town) is a great option.
While enjoying your trip to bella Roma, you’ll taste some of the best bites ever – carbonara, suppli, fried artichokes… but there’s one little snack you definitely shouldn’t skip: the maritozzo! The pastry is truly a symbol of Rome, you can enjoy it all day long, though more commonly it’s eaten with a quick caffè […]
Apericena, Italy’s Favorite Tradition (and How It’s Different From Aperitivo)October 25, 2022Group of people toasting with red wine around a table
When the day starts coming to an end, and you finally decide to sit down for a break from all that site-seeing, it’s the perfect moment to enjoy the Italian tradition of aperitivo. Aperitivo, or Apericena – however you might hear it called – is an essential moment of the Italian experience. A time to […]