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Just off Piazza Barberini, this upscale trattoria has been serving Tuscan classics since 1950. They specialize in high-quality meat dishes including prime cuts of beef, lamb, and veal. There are also a few key Roman dishes on the menu such as the juicy artichoke starter. The wine list favors robust Tuscan reds and thick wallets. The decor is basic wood paneling and white linens, with the requisite older—and often grumpy—waiters.
Via San Nicola da Tolentino 26
Rome, Latium 00175, Italy
- Bistecca alla fiorentina (Tuscan porterhouse)
- Pappardelle al cinghiale (wide, flat noodles in a wild boar sauce)
- Old-school style and brusque waiters