The Very Best Local Restaurants in Rome

Don’t they say that the surest path to discovering a place’s culture runs through the stomach? Our Rome locals feel the same and they’re eager to share their favorite spots for breakfast, lunch, dinner, casual spots, fine dining, traditional kitchen, ethnic cuisine and everything in between — all without breaking the bank. When it comes to the best food in town, you’re in safe, expert hands with these restaurants.

‘na Cosetta – Always the little things

‘na Cosetta – Always the little things

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“‘na cosetta” opens up at noon already on weekends, so it’s ideal for a lazy Sunday afternoon in Rome or a fancy little brunch.

Full Article by Matteo Mueller-Thies

20 e 20 – Restaurant and wine shop

20 e 20 – Restaurant and wine shop

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“20 e 20” is a restaurant which also has a wine shop offering a cozy ambience and delicious menu. of which the dishes only use seasonal products…

Full Article by Daniela D’Avanzo

Banco – Fast good food

Banco – Fast good food

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“Banco” Rome is a small fast food- something I’m not usually fond of but this spot is most definitely an exception, perhaps the only! Veggie burger and…

Full Article by Daniela D’Avanzo

Baylon Café – Hip café and bar in Trastevere

Baylon Café – Hip café and bar in Trastevere

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“Baylon Café” Rome is a hip café and bar which makes for a great place for lunch or “aperitivo” as the locals would. The menu is extensive and creative…

Full Article by Livia Hengel

CoBrAgOr – A farm in the city center

CoBrAgOr – A farm in the city center

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“CoBrAgOr” is a farmer co-op in Rome who cultivate Monte Mario, the highest hill in Rome. They have a restaurant, too, which I love for its hippie vibes…

Full Article by Giulia Riva

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