Boccione has won world-renown and praise from tourists, locals, and even the Pope for its sweets and pastries. Located in the Jewish ghetto of Rome, this pastry shop represents the last of a centuries long tradition of Jewish pastry shops in the Eternal City.
Boccione has been cooking up sweets for over 200 years, and today is one of the most popular pastry shops in Rome. While the location is small, the line is huge, and it is often seen as one of the centers of Jewish activity in Rome. While everything in the shop is delicious, it is especially famous for its pizza ebraica (Jewish pizza, which isn't pizza at all) and torta ricotta e vìsciole.
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