Arriving and leaving Rome by plane, you pass through the town of Fiumicino where Leonardo da Vinci International Airport is located. Fiumicino is where Romans head for great seafood and more.
With a Japanese chef at the helm, Rome’s Bistrot 64 is a Michelin-starred restaurant with affordable prices and a fun mix of cuisines.
Ask any Roman about Hotel Hassler and he will immediately tell you that it’s the most historical luxurious five-star hotel in Rome.
After spending time amidst the hustle and bustle of Rome, find tranquility from breakfast to dinner at Ristorante All’Oro.
Eit is a newly-opened restaurant in Rome from one-Michelin starred Chef Luigi Nastri. They don’t have a menu with traditional dishes listed but instead a list of 8 ingredients that the diners can choose from. Everything about the restaurant is about the number 8. Eight half seasons, 8 wine varieties for the wines and 8 tastes and flavors, even 8 tables.
The best flavor duos of five top gelaterias in Rome.
The historic city of Rome has so much to offer. Beside their ancient monuments sit a plethora of delicious, authentic eateries waiting to be discovered.
Fusing together the flavors of Spanish and Italian cuisines, Marzapane Ristorante curates a beautiful menu that will have your tastebuds singing.
Known for its pizza, ceviche and spirits, Rome’s Madre feels like a calm, earthy haven amidst the city.
From the best pizza to fresh seafood, Mercato Centrale Roma is the new hub of Italian cuisine and ingredeints.
Within walking distance from the beach, this Roman restaurant, Red Fish, is serving up some of the best seafood dishes around.
Have a visual taste of Rome’s modern and creative restaurant, Ristorante Livello 1, and it vibrant plates.
Take a look inside, Pizzarium, a tiny kitchen and located far from the city center, in Rome’s Quartiere Trionfale. It just may be the world’s best pizza.
With unique flavors of gelato, like savory caprese, Gunther is a must-stop in Rome.
A modern Italian restaurant in Rome, Stazione di Posta, created minimal dishes that more than delight and entice the taste buds.
So simple, but so delicious, Roman Cacio e Pepe is an an iconic dish. Learn the story of its creation and then make the pasta.
Roman artichokes, or carciofi, are things to dream about. Discover the many ways to enjoy an artichoke and a delicious steaming technique.
The newest addition, besides Shake Shack, to Danny Meyer’s delicious restaurant empire, Marta brings wood oven pizza to NYC.
‘Old Bridge’, ‘Rivareno’, ‘Giolitti’ and ‘Al Settimo Gelo’. Four great places to eat gelato in Rome.
Alec Torelli visits Gelarmony in Rome, where gelato has been elevated to works of art.
Usually the reasons why a gelateria is considered unforgettable is not related to its sorbets. Via de Gracchi is an exception to that rule.
Francesca Re Manning learns the secret to the perfect salsa verde recipe from a hole in the wall in Testaccio, Rome.
When in Rome, do as Mitch Weinstein and visit the lovely Trattoria Monti.
The Roman quarter of Testaccio, with its slaughterhouse past, is the place for some of Rome’s heartiest cooking.
Chef Dennis K Littley has many fond memories of his first trip to Rome. This recipe for Zucchini Blossoms is one of them.