All the elements of an idyllic Roman restaurant–low-lit, exposed brick rooms, red checked tablecloths, mostly local diners–are wrapped into one space at this gem. The dishes are authentic and hearty, with the chef’s daily specials being the way to go (although the burrata ravioli is a mainstay–and a must). The best part? It’s remained seemingly untouched by the touristy crowds.

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