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Good Day Rome Guide to Roman Restaurants

23 Jun

I am frequently asked – by both friends and people I have never met – where to eat in Rome, so Ric and I collaborated on this list providing a convenient link to send to those who inquire. Seems like a good idea for the blog so here you go!

What this list is not: A guidebook-type of recommendation; “the best” whatever that may mean; infallible.

What this list is: Places Ric and I have enjoyed over the past year or so. Some are true favorites we return to again and again, some are “okay if you are in the area.” Some are in “touristy” areas; some are quirky. Some are expensive, and some are, shall we say, more affordable.  Some are elegant; most are casual. And they are scattered about Rome as we love to roam. (Couldn’t resist the pun.)

Whether you like or dislike a place please let me know with a comment.

Oh, and make a reservation if at all possible. We have learned our lessons the hard way and had to go in search of an alternate spot, or sit at a terrible table reserved only for oafs that do not call ahead.

Click here for the list http://wp.me/P2puzn-ff 

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7 Responses to “Good Day Rome Guide to Roman Restaurants”

  1. Roslyn Curts July 3, 2013 at 02:00 #

    Thank you for the recommendations. I am looking forward to visiting Rome and eating all the great food Rome has to offer.

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    • gooddayrome July 3, 2013 at 03:36 #

      Thanks Roslyn! Be sure to leave your impressions here in comments, or let me know about any “finds” you make.

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  2. Will McAllister June 24, 2013 at 18:11 #

    Awesome list … thanks!

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  3. Deborah Barton June 23, 2013 at 22:56 #

    Nice of you to go to the trouble. I hope to have another trip to see you for a personal tour of your favorites before you come back to the USA (IF you come back?)

    I just don’t know when I’ll be back. Helen visited today and we talked about meeting in Rome in Sept of 2014. But I’ll have a hard time leaving Ed again after having left him for a 3 month bike tour coast to coast in summer of 2014.

    I will travel by train in a month to Cleveland to compete in the Senior National Games. I’ll have 2 big bike boxes and a suitcase. Should be an adventure!

    Laurel, I’ll be your Italian is really good by now! Deb

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  4. Carolyn June 23, 2013 at 22:51 #

    I wish I were there this very minute – I’m starving at the moment and cannot figure out what to eat! But then, if I were there I would probably be unable to decide since they all sound so good!

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