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The brains and brawn behind Glass and Roscioli are at it again. Less than one year after opening their successful joint venture, Romeo, they have officially inaugurated Ape Romeo, Rome’s first worthwhile food truck. (more…)
Since opening its doors on Salita dei Crescenzi in central Rome in 1961, Armando al Pantheon has undergone some changes: new framed sketches were added to the cork-clad wall ; air conditioning was installed; the menu even yielded to accommodated chef Claudio Gargioli’s creative flare. But (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 Michelin-star worthy dining, the city’s best burrata, or some down-home (more…)
Check out my segment on The Splendid Table in which I chat with Lynne Rossetto Kasper about contemporary Roman food culture. I haven’t sugarcoated my opinion about the current state of dining, but I do share some of my favorite venues where you can find amazing classic dishes, satisfying street food and delectable pizza by the slice. You can listen to my segment online here or download the entire episode featuring Sandor Katz and J. Gold here. And don’t miss the Splendid Table’s blog post about the episode.