Nicknamed "L'Obitorio" (the morgue) for its marble-slab tables, Panattoni is actually about as lively as you can get. Packed every night, it serves crisp pizzas that come out of the wood-burning ovens at top speed. The fried starters here, like a nice baccalà (cod), are light and tasty. Panattoni stays open well past midnight, convenient for a late meal after the theater or a movie nearby.
Viale Trastevere 53–57, Rome, 00153, Italy