Artichokes, steaks, and crispy pork—as well as a multitude of pastas—all await you at this family-run, local-frequented restaurant. The appetizers (in particular the bruschetta served with hand-sliced prosciutto and mozzarella) are an excellent, and because you're in Italy—where food is such a huge part of the culture that you need to explore—you shouldn't have too much trouble justifying getting one. Or two. Service is friendly, the atmosphere is energetic and warm, and the wine list, while not as extensive as some of the other restaurants in the city, is carefully selected and will pair to your meal excellently.
Just two blocks from the Colosseum, this taverna serves up high-quality pastas, pizzas, and meat... Read more