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Brewing up in Rome

Brewing up in Rome June 22, 2011 | Food, What's New | Read More
Though many look to Italy for its prolific bouquet of  wines, there is a subculture of travelers whose Eat-Pray-Love experience must be frothy and by that, I mean beer.   Beer travelers are perhaps the most friendly breed of tourists always on the hunt for a bit of culture on tap.  Even with hundreds...

Hankering for a Hunk of Football

Hankering for a Hunk of Football November 25, 2010 | Things to Do, What's New | Read More
To the American in Rome, Thanksgiving can be just another day enjoying a cappuccino in a sunny piazza, or else a crowded congregation of international ex-pats curious for a taste of Americana, discussing the impossible feats of cranberry contraband and dissecting the values of dark versus white meat. ...

Holy Beer, Batman

Holy Beer, Batman November 12, 2010 | Food, Nightlife, What's New | Read More
On a side alley off Rome’s major shopping thoroughfare, Via del Corso (imagine the chaos of your favorite mall during the post-holiday sale) is GP2 , a pub that puts a smart spin on the sanctity of beer gardens.  Named after one of the 2oth centuries favorite clergy, Pope John Paul II (Giovanni...

Watering Holes: Beer

Watering Holes:  Beer June 29, 2010 | Food, Nightlife, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
In the lull of the hot Roman summer,  nothing quite beats a cold beer to quench the parching afternoon sun.  While Rome may be riddled with English and Irish pubs featuring quaint names reminiscent of Oliver Twist and Ulysses and cold Guinness on tap, the real deal for beer tasting seemingly centers...
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