Food-centric neighborhoods in Rome

Food-centric neighborhoods in Rome

The Eternal City is spoiled for choice when it comes to choosing neighborhoods where romantic attics, flats, condos and apartments are in close proximity to fine eateries and food shops in town. Here are some of the best food-centric Rome neighborhoods to live in,...
Best Italian fried foods

Best Italian fried foods

Italy’s Jewish Quarter goes heavy on fried food, but it hardly stops there, particularly in the central and southern regions. Italian fried foods are fun, light and crisp. Above all they’re traditional and in some way celebratory. They should never taste...
One panino, two panini

One panino, two panini

One thing I need to make clear right off the bat is that panini is a plural noun. The word panino [pah-KNEE-noh] is Italian for “small bread roll,” it’s a diminutive of the word pane, for bread, and it means “sandwich.” The plural form of...
New autumn openings in Rome

New autumn openings in Rome

We’re excited about autumn for so many reasons: crips mornings, wool scarves, falling leaves, roasted chestnuts, soup, porcini… The list goes on. But with the season’s bounty comes also a number of exciting new openings around town. In Rome alone...