Beppe e I Suoi Formaggi in Rome’s Ghetto is known for many things: exceptional unsalted butter, an intoxicating array of cheeses, lots of wines from Piedmont, and a plentiful variety of gourmet pastas. Now we can add one more delicious thing to the list: breakfast. This week, Beppe e I Suoi Formaggi began serving breakfast in its dining room, but don’t expect that gross industrial cornetto and burnt cappuccino that had invaded most of Rome’s historical center. Instead, from 8:30-10:30am, you will find naturally leavened orange zest/wild fennel bread slathered with ricotta from Val di Susa served along side caffè Sant’Eustachio brewed Neapolitan style (a process that takes 9 minutes). Start out the day right with a slice of ricotta draped heaven for €5. Beppe e I Suoi Formaggi is located at Via Santa Maria del Pianto, 9/a. Breakfast is served Tues-Fri.