Vio’s Cooking: A Unique Aristocratic Culinary Experience in a Roman Palace

You are in Rome and you have been eating your way around the capital’s restaurants with one of the most famous cuisines. Largely Mediterranean, Italian cuisine is also one of the healthiest with keen attention to quality and method of cooking. Undoubtedly, traveling to Rome is not just about visiting the ancient Roman monuments and…

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The Domus Art Collection of Sarah Lucci and the Tuscan Wines of Carpineto

L‘Eta della Pietra, Evoluzione della Materia (The Stone Age, Evolution of Matter) is an exhibition featuring the Domus Art Collection designed by Sarah Lucci and produced with the stone and marble of It’s Stone of the Fratelli Marmo. The event, which will run until the 30th of December 2019, opened on the 21st of November…

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Vino Day in Eataly, Rome: 20% Discount on Selected Wine Labels

Eataly Rome celebrates Vino Day on 19 October 2019! For the first time in Eataly, a full single day is being dedicated to grand Italian labels at the Grande Enoteca (2nd floor) by giving everyone the chance to avail the 20% discount on a purchase of at least 6 bottles of wines selected by Eataly,…

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Amaro Formidabile: The Award-Winning All-Natural Handmade Italian Bitter

Amaro Formidabile stands out from the rest of the amari for two reasons. It is made with all natural ingredients and done manually by its creator Armando Bomba. Unlike the other amari in the market, Amaro Formidabile is produced by cold maceration in grain alcohol of various botanical ingredients without any aid of additives, colorants,…

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Dining on the Top: Rome’s Rooftop Terraces

When summer lands in Rome, there are two directions where the gastronomic roads lead to. While most head to the direction of the nearby coasts, where the sea breezes undertake its rejuvenating role, another path heads upwards towards the rooftops. There might not be the caressing sea wind or the endless sea that gives a…

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Breakfast at Grand Hotel Plaza in Rome, Italy

Stepping inside the magnificent centuries-old Grand Hotel Plaza gives its guests a dramatic welcome at its main hall, the Salone delle Feste with its richness of frescoes, velvet tapestries and immense crystal chandeliers. The majestic Art Nouveau details that greet the eyes is just the beginning of the Grand Hotel Plaza experience where the golden…

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Eating Home Away From Home at Cresci in Rome, Italy

From the recent opening of Cresci in the Prati area of Rome, proprietors Chef Danilo Frisone and Saverio Crescente, who are already owners of Grano Restaurant in the capital, decided to create a place wherein the Romans can have a variation of different kinds of proposals. While the kitchen is the domain of Danilo, Saverio…

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Discover the Secrets of Rome With a Localers Private Food Tour

In recent years the private tours options available to traveler has exploded. Fueled primarily by the success of Airbnb Experiences, the sheer number of tours and breadth of personalized options has broadened to an overwhelming degree. Nowhere is this more true than in sight-seeing-dense cities already overrun with more traditional guided tour items. The good…

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The Summer Menu of Ristorante Alfredo alla Scrofa in Rome

It is easy to become distracted while entering Alfredo alla Scrofa for the first time. The black and white photos of Hollywood legends begin outside its doors, and fill the walls of its three classically appointed dining rooms. Framed photos of Joan Crawford, Marcello Mastrianni, and Marilyn Monroe turn the eye and imagination to the…

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Off Club: Cosmopolitan Asian Gourmet and Cocktail Supper Club in Rome

Located at the edge of Rome, Off Club opens its doors at Casal Bertone to a spacious 400-square meter space spread out on three levels of full immersion of Asian gourmet and optimum cocktails. An eclectic atmosphere with a decisively contemporary  and minimalist line, the supper club was conceptualized by Matteo Di Persio and Francesco…

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Diamoci un Taglio 2019: A Celebration of Italian Monovarietal Wines in Rome, Italy

Meaning “Let Give it a Cut, Let’s Drink it Pure,” Diamoci un Taglio Beviamoli in Purezza presented its very first edition in Rome on the 12th and 13th of May 2019, a two-day tasting event of wines obtained from single vine varieties that are normally used in blends. The event was conceptualized by La Pecora…

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Magazzino Scipioni: A Tasting Journey of Fine Synergy of Wine and Kitchen

There are a number of good reasons why Magazzino Scipioni is the right place for a gustatory quest in Rome. The location is just a stone’s throw away from the Vatican Museum, wine racks are filled with more than a hundred interesting  labels from France and Italy (and perhaps a few from other wine producing…

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Fornace Stella in Rome, Italy: You’ll Love This New Pizzeria

The idea of a pizza meal in Italy is a kind of casual and quick dining to be enjoyed with family and friends. That’s what proprietors and friends Enrico Mercatili and Roberto Priora had in mind when they created Fornace Stella in Piazza Lecce (a short distance from Piazza Bologna). The place is big enough,…

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Oresteria: A Window of Ponza Island in Eataly Rome

Life spent on the coastal town of Terracina and Ponza island, Chef Oreste Romagnolo has created a tower of building blocks that he learned from growing up by the sea, smelling the briny air and tasting the salinity that envelops the food. In the kitchen he puts his memories, knowledge and experiences in representing his…

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Eataly Rome Gets a Total New Look

Six years after it opened in 2012, Eataly Rome, the biggest branch in the world, is refurbished and gets an exhilarating new look in its more than 50,000 square-meter space. The shops and restaurants from the ground floor to the second floor have been reformatted with new workshops, thus they are more thorough with their…

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