On a cobblestone street not far from Piazza Navona, this is one of Rome's most popular pizzerias and a summer favorite for street-side dining. There is constand debate over whether this spot is overrated, but as with all the "great" pizzerias in Rome, it's hard to argue with the line that forms outside the door on weekends (the wait can be up to an hour). Happily, outdoor tables—enclosed and heated in winter—provide much-needed additional seating and turnover is fast;
lingering is not encouraged. (Note: Baffetto 2, at Piazza del Teatro di Pompeo 18, also offers pasta and secondi, and doesn't suffer from the same overcrowding, plus you can reserve a table).