Rome Eat at Pierluigi – Vogue’s Guide to Italy
The best places I experienced in Rome for seafood were Assunta Madre and Pierluigi.
Don’t miss out on authentic carbonara at old-school institution Il Pompiere Ristorante Al Ghetto, and try Taverna Trillusa for the sublime Cacio e Pepe amongst many other phenomenal pastas—just remember to book at least two weeks ahead in high-season. Post-dinner ice-cream at Gelateria del Teatro also became a regular haunt since they have one of the best rum and raisin scoops in town. If you ask me, Rome is best explored by foot. Not only is it an open-air museum, there is sweet-smelling honeysuckle on every corner.