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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Terra Roma: Eataly’s Wood Burning Grill Restaurant

After a double success with the American public in Boston and Los Angeles, Terra finally lands in  Italy, the country where it was born. The first chosen city is Eataly in Rome, the branch in the country (and in the world) that has the most square-meter space. Terra is a restaurant that highlights the true…

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Va.Do al Pigneto in Rome, Italy

Over the years, with the refreshed identity of Pigneto from being circumvented to a frequented home of some of Rome’s hippest restaurants and bars, the eclectic selection of places to go to has increased in number. A walk in the neighborhood takes you to different portrayals of food and drink – the Pigneto way. One…

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The Resplendent 125 Years of Hotel Hassler Hospitality in Rome, Italy

Hotel Hassler, an icon of the capital for its luxuriant hospitality for more than a century, stands proud just a few meters from the Church of the Trinità dei Monti on top of the Spanish Steps. It has recently renovated and it still maintains its high standard of quality and affluence in perfect balance with…

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Le Guide di Repubblica 2019 of Rome and Lazio

The Le Guide di Repubblica Roma e Lazio has 418 new additions to its 2019 edition. Released last September in Italy, the new guidebook with text in Italian, once again presents the beauty and gastronomy of the Lazio region, with the main focus on the capital, Rome.The guide covers the whole region of Lazio with…

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Drink Pink at Bererosa 2018 in Rome, Italy

For the seventh year in a row, the 2018 edition of Bererosa arrived in Rome dressing the capital in – PINK! Cucina & Vini, one of Italy’s leading gastronomy magazines organized the event at Palazzo Brancaccio in Rome. The palace was built in 1880 in the heart of the Eternal City by Prince Salvatore Brancaccio,…

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Ristorante Livello 1 in Rome, Italy

Italian restaurants often give you visual access to the kitchen through a window from the dining area. It breaks the barrier that confines the kitchen staff and the diners to two separate spheres. It breathes more friendliness to the atmosphere and direct connection between guests and chefs. Upon entry to Ristorante Livello 1, the first…

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L’Oro nel Piatto: Trattoria da Neno in Rome, Italy

Dubbed as L’Oro nel Piatto (Gold on the Plate), the special night at Trattoria da Neno turned out quite a success albeit the intense summer heat that hit the capital. Serenaded by the enchanting voice of Sara Jane Ceccarelli, a four-course dinner by Chef Luca Baldacci, and craft beer from Birrificio Maiella, the night, sponsored…

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