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The rare quality Japanese restaurant in Rome, try Doozo if you need a break from Italian eats.
The Jerry Thomas Project is the bar that started Rome's speakeasy-style cocktail scene.
Part fresh pasta shop and part kosher takeaway, C'è Pasta...e Pasta is a great local place to try Roman Jewish cooking.
Located near Rome’s historic film and television studios, Sforno serves Naples-style pizzas on a residential block.
A great option for venturing off the tourist map, Mazzo is a 12-seat bistro in the Centocelle neighborhood of Rome.
Some of the best sandwiches in Rome can be found at Mordi e Vai in Testaccio Market.
Mercato Trionfale is Rome’s largest public market - while it doesn't look like much from outside, inside is full of quality products and produce.
A legendary spot that's been around over 50 years, Armando al Pantheon where you want to be for simple pastas and Roman classics.
Part deli counter, part excellent restaurant, Roscioli is a must-visit on any trip to Rome.
Cesare looks like an average neighborhood trattoria, but the food is far from it. Come for a low-key Sunday lunch.