Located near Cinecittà, Rome’s historic film and television studios, Sforno serves Naples-style pizzas on a residential block. The thick-rimmed pies are cooked in a wood burning oven and feature classic toppings like Margherita as well as Rome-inspired toppings like cacio e pepe. Sforno is also known for its fritti (assorted fried starters such as stuffed squash blossoms and potato croquettes) and its extensive craft beer list. Don’t skip dessert - the panna cotta is delicious.
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