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30 03, 2012

In Rome's Nomentana District, Gori Gelato Delights

March 30th, 2012|Categories: Culture, Food & Wine, Gelato, Guest Post, Rome & Lazio, Sweets & Dessert|2 Comments

Photo by Jillian Wertheim Today’s post comes from Jillian, my gelato loving intern, who made the trip from her Trastevere apartment to Gori Gelato in northeastern Rome. Gori is one of my favorite places and I thought it would be fun for Jillian to make a pilgrimage to the brother-sister-owned gelateria near Piazza Sempione. [...]

30 03, 2012

In Rome’s Nomentana District, Gori Gelato Delights

March 30th, 2012|Categories: Culture, Food & Wine, Gelato, Guest Post, Rome & Lazio, Sweets & Dessert|2 Comments

Photo by Jillian Wertheim Today’s post comes from Jillian, my gelato loving intern, who made the trip from her Trastevere apartment to Gori Gelato in northeastern Rome. Gori is one of my favorite places and I thought it would be fun for Jillian to make a pilgrimage to the brother-sister-owned gelateria near Piazza Sempione. [...]

28 03, 2012

Enoteca Provincia Romana Now Serving Hot Food

March 28th, 2012|Categories: Food & Wine, Restaurants, Rome & Lazio|0 Comments

If it’s too early for fresh peas, don’t serve peas at all! The area around the Roman Forum is packed with great wine bars–Bibenda, Cavour 313, La Barrique, and Al Vino Al Vino, to name a few. But only one, Enoteca Provincia Romana, has prime real estate beside the second century Column of Trajan and [...]

24 03, 2012

Craco, Basilicata's Deserted City

March 24th, 2012|Categories: Basilicata, Culture, Travel|11 Comments

I have been pretty obsessed with Basilicata ever since my first visit there 5 years ago to update the Rough Guide to Italy. My dad and I spent a little over a week in Matera, the region’s main tourist attraction, and used the Sassi as a base to gorge on carbs research the eastern part [...]

24 03, 2012

Craco, Basilicata’s Deserted City

March 24th, 2012|Categories: Basilicata, Culture, Travel|9 Comments

I have been pretty obsessed with Basilicata ever since my first visit there 5 years ago to update the Rough Guide to Italy. My dad and I spent a little over a week in Matera, the region’s main tourist attraction, and used the Sassi as a base to gorge on carbs research the eastern part [...]

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