Pantera Pizza Garbatella
An American in Rome » Rome
by Natalie
2M ago
I can’t say that pizza al taglio is ‘having a moment’ in Rome because it never went out of style. Pizza by the slice is a ritual in the Eternal City. It can be a lunch on the go, something simple to enjoy while catching up with a friend, or an afternoon snack. There are [...] The post Pantera Pizza Garbatella appeared first on An American in Rome ..read more
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Ristorante La Campana in Rome
An American in Rome » Rome
by Natalie
2M ago
La Campana, down a small street not far from Piazza Navona, is supposedly Rome’s oldest restaurant. The eatery has been welcoming patrons for over 500 years- and I’m sure many of the dishes are unchanged for decades if not centuries.   La Campana was also reportedly one of Caravaggio’s favorite restaurants and the Renaissance master has paintings hanging [...] The post Ristorante La Campana in Rome appeared first on An American in Rome ..read more
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CasaManfredi Teatro: Pastries in Ostiense
An American in Rome » Rome
by Natalie
2M ago
When it comes to famous bakeries in Rome, CasaManfredi quickly made a name for itself when it opened in Aventino in 2015. The cornetti are some of the best in Rome, made with imported French butter. And the pain au chocolat? Hard for me to overstate how much I love these. And to top it [...] The post CasaManfredi Teatro: Pastries in Ostiense appeared first on An American in Rome ..read more
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L’Antica Birreria Peroni: Eating near the Trevi Fountain
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by Natalie
3M ago
Eating in the center of Rome can be a bit difficult if you fail to plan ahead. Most of the very well-known restaurants like Roscioli or Armando al Pantheon are rather cozy and their limited tables are booked far in advance. Other places that take walk-ins (or worse, have someone outside trying to actively entice [...] The post L’Antica Birreria Peroni: Eating near the Trevi Fountain appeared first on An American in Rome ..read more
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Zia Rosetta: Roman Street Food in Monti
An American in Rome » Rome
by Natalie
4M ago
Rome prides itself on being the culinary birthplace of several dishes, including cacio e pepe and carbonara. Naturally, the city also lays claim to a kind of bread – la rosetta. Named for its rose-like shape, the sections have a chewy crust and a soft, air-filled interior. There is something exceptionally satisfying about the combination of [...] The post Zia Rosetta: Roman Street Food in Monti appeared first on An American in Rome ..read more
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Pumpkin Patch Near Rome: Halloween for Kids
An American in Rome » Rome
by Natalie
8M ago
Maybe it seems silly to say, but one of the most notable changes I have seen in Rome since I moved here is how widely Halloween is celebrated. In 2010, I remember being the only person dressed up as I made my way to a party – and now the stores are already filled with [...] The post Pumpkin Patch Near Rome: Halloween for Kids appeared first on An American in Rome ..read more
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Bar Bozza: Wine Bar in Ostiense, Rome
An American in Rome » Rome
by Natalie
9M ago
The funny thing about Ostiense is that it is very much a neighborhood that is right in the middle of its evolution. It sometimes feels stuck in the 1960s without some of the charm of the even older parts of Rome. BUT, it is also home to some of Rome’s very coolest addresses and one [...] The post Bar Bozza: Wine Bar in Ostiense, Rome appeared first on An American in Rome ..read more
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Why Rome is Called the Eternal City
An American in Rome » Rome
by Natalie
1y ago
When I tell people that I live in Rome, they usually blurt out the first saying that comes to mind. This is typically something like “Well! All roads lead to Rome” or, alternatively, “Ah, Rome. The Eternal City!” Having lived here quite a long time now, the point on all roads leading to Rome makes [...] The post Why Rome is Called the Eternal City appeared first on An American in Rome ..read more
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How to Get to the Appia Antica from Rome
An American in Rome » Rome
by Natalie
1y ago
The Appian Way, or Appia Antica, is one of Rome’s most famous and historic roads, lined with ancient ruins, tombs, and catacombs. It is a good place to walk and see some of the most interesting ruins in the city. The Via Appia Antica technically starts at Porta Capena, which is close to Circa Massimo. However, [...] The post How to Get to the Appia Antica from Rome appeared first on An American in Rome ..read more
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Lucciano’s Gelato in Rome, Home to Cute Colosseum Popsicles
An American in Rome » Rome
by Natalie
1y ago
I have wised up a bit in my years in Rome and know better than to be tempted by something that is too cute to be true… but there was no way I was going to pass up the chance to eat a mini colosseum-shaped popsicle by the Trevi Fountain. Even I have my limits. [...] The post Lucciano’s Gelato in Rome, Home to Cute Colosseum Popsicles appeared first on An American in Rome ..read more
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