Open since 1935, this trattoria serves classic Tuscan food—they’re known for having some of the best zuppa di fagioli (bean soup) in town, plus pretty incredible steak tartare. Despite being just around the corner from the Piazza di Spagna, the restaurant itself is a wood-paneled, relatively quiet dining experience—note: if you’re not a regular, service can be less than warm, but still good.

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