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Angelina Review

Via Galvani is prime real estate in the hip Roman nabe of Testaccio, just around the corner from Monte Testaccio where so many bars, restaurants, and discos pulsate into the wee hours. But here at Angelina, you're one or two stories above all the riff-raff, looking out above the soon-to-be new Testaccio market, eating grilled pizzas and steaks, or sipping drinks among the treetops that line the street. Or you're inside, in one of Angelina's whitewashed dining rooms pungently perfumed with the smell of the grill. Starters range from salumi to fried veggies, and first courses are hearty Roman staples like rigatoni all'amatriciana or cacio e pepe. But the focus here is on meat alla brace—anything and everything grilled, from sausages to steaks to lamb. Even scamorza, cheese treated almost like a steak and thrown on the grill, is served here with fanfare. It's a bit of a scene here, from aperitivo through dopocena (post-dinner), so get ready to enjoy the party, tesoro (darling). Another location that's more of a casual bar-café, called Angelina Trevi, is found near the Trevi Fountain at Via Poli 27 (06/6797274).

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Updated: 03-29-2012

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