In the latest installment of the YouTube series “KP’s Rome”, I visit Pasticceria Regoli, a city institution that will celebrate its 100-year anniversary next year. Regoli opened in 1916 when the current owner’s grandparents moved to Rome from Tuscany. They slowly transitioned from charcoal sales to food service and today the pasticceria is one of the few traditional, quality shops left in Rome.
Craft beer lovers of the Tri-State Area: come hang out with me in Philly August 8 and drink some Italian craft brews at Alla Spina! We’ll be pouring some fun beers and serving Rome-inspired snacks from 4:30-7pm. Entry is free–just pay as you go–and no reservations necessary! (more…)
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Visiting Rome in August used to mean eating badly or seldom, but things have changed in recent years (sadly due to the mounting economic crisis) and now gastronomic-minded visitors need not compromise. Some great restaurants in Rome will be open for the entire month, so whether you want fine dining, the city’s best burrata, or some down-home (more…)
Equal parts 19th century elegance and urban decay, the intriguing Esquiline district is a multicultural hub located near Rome’s Termini Station and a short distance from the Forum and Colosseum. Its main square (Piazza Vittorio), eclectic market, and transport connections make it a natural destination for Rome dwellers of all sorts.
Produced by: Katie Parla; Shot and edited by: Kat Tan-Conte.
I love craft beer. Boulder loves craft beer. By the transitive property, I love Boulder and I can’t wait to share some of my favorite Italian craft brews at Pizzeria Locale in that amazing city. The incredible staff will be whipping up fantastic foods to pair with hard-to-find beers from LoverBeer, Birra del Borgo, Montegioco, and others! The cost (excluding tax and gratuities) is $25 for a Rome-inspired street food menu, plus $38 for the optional Italian craft beer flight. Come on down and hang out August 4. For bookings, contact +1 303-442-3003.