Trastevere/Testaccio/Aventino/Gianicolo Restaurants in Rome

Rome is its own country, so the saying goes, and there is no better representation of that Roman flair than in local favorite neighborhoods, Trastevere and Testaccio, often known for representin the "real" Rome. Though coat and tie should definitely be left alone, don't mistake casual and local for low end. Both Testaccio and Trastevere restaurants have received Michelin nods (at different times)-- such as Glass, Ferrara and Antico Arco, and as well as praise from top chefs Mario Batali and Anthony Bourdain who love Roma Sparita and Checchino al 1867. For those wanting a truly Roman experience, dar Poeta, da Augusto, da Lucia, Volpetti Piu and Remo, where fashion does not need to mix with foodie.

Roma Sparita

piazza di Santa Cecilia 24

The Rome of yore... read more

Checchino dal 1887

Via di Monte Testaccio 30

Country Cooking at Its Finest... read more

Volpetti PiĆ¹

via Alessandro Volta 8

Delicious Hot Bites!... read more

Da Augusto

piazza de' Renzi 15

Old-style Roman trattoria... read more

Da Lucia

vicolo del Mattonato 2b

Roman in Trastevere Back Alley... read more

Dar Poeta

vicolo del Bologna 45

Suprise pizza... read more


1/a Via del Moro
Piazza Trilussa 41

Italian wines and regional food... read more


Vicolo del Cinque 58

Primo Po-Mo... read more
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