A Food-Lover’s Guide to Rome — Summer Vacations for Food-Lovers

A few weeks ago I wrote about taking my toddler to a restaurant helmed by a Michelin-starred chef. His first bite of pizza! In Rome! With a fancy-pants chef! (I got a little emotional.) I loved reading your comments and wanted to respond to your requests for more picks for the city known as Caput Mundi, or Capital of the World.

Rome has had more than 3,000 years to perfect its national treasure-level food culture, and the city’s cuisine is now gloriously set in its delicioso ways. You’ll find both new and 200-year-old kitchens serving iconic dishes such as cacio e pepe, limone gelato, and pizza bianca (more on these below).

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