Rome Travel Guide, Food & Wine, travel to rome.#Travel #to #rome

Rome Travel Guide

F W features spectacular restaurants, from the go-to spot of Slow Food founder Carlo Petrini (Flavio al Velavevodetto) to a pizzeria that turns iconic dishes into inspiration for toppings. Plus: the best gelato, bars and recipes from the Eternal City.

Rome Restaurants


Best Value

Bakeries, Coffee Breakfast

Travel to rome

Pizza lessons, gorgeous villas and video tips from Mario Batali on the best unsung regions to visit now.

Travel to rome

Travel to rome

Travel to rome

New Takes on Classics

In Rome, the best version of something is often the most ancient. But these five spots dare to mess with tradition, with thrilling results.

Travel to rome

Eat + Drink Like a Roman

Filled with gorgeous villas and weekending Romans, Lazio is one of Italy’s most promising wine regions. F W’s Ray Isle discovers complex Frascati and killer pasta.

Recipes from Rome

Spaghetti Cacio e Pepe

Pasta cacio e pepe (“cheese and pepper”) is made with Pecorino Romano, a tangy aged sheep’s-milk cheese originally from Rome, and lots of freshly ground black pepper.

Travel to rome

  • Autumn Fritto Misto

    Antonio Ciminelli prepares this starter year-round with whatever produce is in season. The fritto misto is best eaten hot from the pan, perhaps served in a paper cone.

    Travel to rome

  • Grilled Rib-Eye Steaks with Roasted Rosemary Potatoes

    Castel de Paolis’s grilled rib eye is wonderful, but it’s the marvelous potatoes that make this dish unforgettably good.

    Travel to rome

  • Brutti Ma Buoni

    These crunchy-chewy cookies, sold at bakeries all over Lazio, are called brutti ma buoni in Italian, or “ugly but good.”

    Travel to rome

  • Roman-Style Braised Chicken with Roasted Peppers

    This lush, homey Roman favorite is a simple braise of chicken with white wine, tomatoes, garlic and a colorful mix of roasted red, green and yellow bell peppers.

    Travel to rome

  • More Delicious Italian Dishes

    Porchetta, a traditional Italian street food, is a moist and fatty fresh ham covered with skin that’s heavily seasoned with salty garlic, rosemary, fennel and lemon.

    Travel to rome

  • Leave a Comment

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *