A buzz will start forming at 7:30pm outside La Carbonara and for good reason. Besides serving some of the best carbonara that you will ever have the privilege of tasting, this restaurant has reasonable prices, delicious meats (the veal is great), surprising good vino della casa and an excellent location for people watching right on the side of Campo di Fiori. While you will be paying a little more than you would due to the prime location, overall the ambiance and experience make it worth it. After dinner head over to the nearby Blue Ice and have yourself some delicious gelato, or a nutella crepe as you walk around to digest.
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