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Suppli

In early April, chef Arcangelo Dandini and Lorenzo D’Ettorre opened Supplizio in a vaulted room in Rome’s historical center. The space feels like a cross between a living room and a Renaissance workshop and the furnishings will no doubt remind visitors of Arcangelo’s restaurant in Prati. Some of the menu items are (more…)

I love drinking in Pigneto almost as much as I despise eating there. Though it isn’t Rome’s gastronomic capital, I still love the place. The latest installment of Katie Parla’s Rome visits this beloved neighborhood just east of the Aurelian Walls. Check out more of my Rome-based web series on my You Tube Channel.

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This week, we hear from living legend Pierluigi Roscioli, a career baker who runs the family-owned Antico Forno Roscioli in Rome’s historical center. His pizza bianca rules my life and whether you try it on its own or filled with mortadella or figs and prosciutto, I guarantee it will rule your life, too. The pane di Lariano, a local (more…)

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Update: Litro is now closed Sundays and open Mondays. So now Sundays are the worst.

Mondays are the worst. I didn’t always feel this way. My recent distaste for the first day of the work week is born out of an obsession for Litro, a wine bar in Monteverde Vecchio, the posh residential district above Trastevere. Litro, you see, is the greatest place on earth and Tuesday through Sunday, the unbelievably (more…)

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Deep fried cornetti, bawdy food frescoes and a stiff drink are my idea of a good time. Today on Design*Sponge, I share where I get my fill of all this and then some. Read my full guide for 24 hours in Rome here.