Viale di Trastevere, 53, Trastevere
Taking up a fairly large storefront in Trastevere, this traditional Roman-style pizza spot is an important stop if you’re eating your way through the city. Order off the lengthy menu (we suggest going purist with a Margherita), take a seat at one of the communal tables inside or street-side and enjoy your pie (you eat it with a knife and fork) while watching the pizzas go in and out of the massive oven in the open kitchen. Keep in mind that they keep to evening hours only and are big on take-out, so you’ll see a steady procession of locals picking up stacks of pizza boxes to take home for dinner.
Fior di Luna
Via della Lungaretta, 96, Trastevere
The entryway is covered in greenery making it easy to miss if you're strolling by. Although it's tiny, there's a small counter where you can perch for an afternoon respite from walking.
Via Roma Libera, 11, Trastevere
Fatamorgana's natural ice creams are made without any artificial coloring, thickeners, or preservatives, resulting in a consistency that is thick, ultra creamy, and slightly fluffy.