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Local restaurants & shopping?

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We are in Rome, and wonder if anyone has any advice on where to go to find good local restaurants & clothes shopping? We don't want the one that cater to tourists, and we don't want 5*. We just want the good places that the locals use.

We are staying near the Forum.

We stayed outside Florence in Galluzzo, and found that suburb to have great local restaurants where 4 people could wine and dine for EUR80 for all of us, and the local shops had good Italian made fashion for very reasonable price.

If we could find an area of Rome like that, we'd be thrilled.

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