Virtuoso Life - July/August 2018 - 21
WHERE TO EAT AND
DRINK IN ROME
From The Virtuoso Life blog.
Digital editor Annie Fitzsimmons found old
and new favorites on a recent trip:
➊ We stopped in almost daily for espresso
and addictive, single-bite bomboloni
alla crema (sweet Italian doughnuts) at
Sant'Eustachio Il Caffè, open since 1938.
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➋ My other coffee obsession was at our
hotel: The bartender at Hotel de Russie uses
a cocktail shaker to create a frothy, smooth,
unsweetened iced coffee that tastes faintly
➌ You can't leave Rome without ordering
cacio e pepe (pasta with pecorino cheese
and black pepper) at least once, and Flavio
al Velavevodetto served my favorite
version. The restaurant is located in the
working-class Testaccio neighborhood.
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➍ Drink wine, any wine, at L'Angolo Divino,
a small, low-lit bar just far enough away from
the madness of Campo de' Fiori.
➎ Despite its touristy location near the Pantheon, family-run Armando al Pantheon is a
beloved local favorite. Try the spaghetti alla
verde (with lemon, arugula, and Parmesan)
and the chargrilled lamb chops.
(CACIO E PEPE) ANNIE FITZSIMMONS
For more Rome favorites and photos,
Editor's pick: Flavio
for cacio e pepe.
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