DLR – DopoLavoroRicreativo in Frascati
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DLR DopoLavoroRicreativo in Frascati Some restaurants are worth traveling for. DLR in Frascati is one of them. Located a quick train ride from Roma Termini, Frascati is one of the Castelli Romani, a group of hilltowns located southeast of the city. The area is known for wine production. In fact, as ..read more
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Epiro enoteca and restaurant in Rome
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Epiro enoteca and restaurant in Rome Not too long ago, some friends invited me to a new-to-me spot in San Giovanni for dinner called Epiro. Once they said “natural wine”, I was in. Located in its eponymous piazza, Epiro is small but inviting, with cozy indoor dining as well as ..read more
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Trecca – cucina di mercato in Rome
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Located in an out-of-the-way corner of Rome near the San Paolo metro stop, Trecca is one of my favorite restaurants in the whole city. The food is Roman at its best – simple, savory, fresh and flavorful. Read on for all the details! Trecca – Cucina di Mercato in Rome ..read more
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Rifugio Romano vegan restaurant in Rome
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A vegetarian friend, who is not Italian, once relayed to me a conversation she had with some Italian friends about vegetarian carbonara. Despite the fact that you can find recipes for it and that it’s served in restaurants, they argued that it doesn’t exist. Their thinking was that you can’t ..read more
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The ultimate Rome Food Guide (written by someone who lives there)
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Rome Food Guide: How to eat like a modern Roman I love helping people eat well on their visit to Rome. Bringing someone to a restaurant and seeing their eyes light up as they chew, or getting good feedback from readers or friends based on a tip I gave them ..read more
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A local’s guide to the best street food in Rome for budget travelers (and where to eat it)
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If you’re visiting Rome on a budget and are worried about being able to eat well, fear not. The Eternal City is packed with excellent street food to keep you fueled as you stroll from monument to museum, and it won’t put too big a dent in your budget. With ..read more
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Where to eat (and drink) near Campo de’ Fiori in Rome
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Conventional travel wisdom says to walk at least 5 blocks away from any tourist attraction in order to find good restaurants.  In Rome, this couldn’t be more wrong, both because there are tons of excellent places to eat in the city center, some of them being adjacent to the city’s ..read more
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