Vogue: 5 Under The Radar Restaurants in Rome
There’s a 12-mile brick wall that encircles Rome’s historical center. It is, by far, the largest ancient ruin in the city. When it was built in the 3rd century, it was meant to keep out so-called barbarians. Today, it tends to keep in visitors, acting as an obstacle that stands between them and some of the best food in town. In the more than a dozen years I have lived in Rome, the majority of great dishes I have encountered have been in places just like these: beyond the walls, off the tourist map, and immune to the circumstances that make Rome’s beautiful and beguiling historical center the hardest neighborhood in the city for finding a great meal…Read the full story here.