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Pizza al Taglio, Rome

I am totally obsessed with pizza al taglio (pizza by the slice). In fact, I have a slice of pizza bianca (a typical Roman flat bread) every morning for breakfast and a slice later in the day for a snack. Recently I have been eating tons of pizza con fiori di zucca (zucchini flower pizza), since the fiori are in season. So are mushrooms, pumpkin and peppers so seek out those toppings, as well. These are just a few of the bakeries that I can’t pass by without grabbing a slice:

Volpetti Via Marmorata, 47 (Testaccio)

Forno Mosca Via Candia, 16 (Ottaviano)

Marco Roscioli Via Chiavari (Centro Storico)

Pietro Roscioli Via Buonarotti, 48 (Esquilino)

Forno Campo de’ Fiori Campo de’ Fiori, 22 (Centro Storico)

Pizzeria Florida Largo Argentina (Centro Storico)

00100 Via Giovanni Branca (Testaccio)

Pizzarium Via Melloria, 43 (Cipro)

2016-01-09T13:32:24+00:00 September 24th, 2008|Categories: Carbs, Food & Wine, Pizza, Restaurants, Rome & Lazio|22 Comments

22 Comments

  1. […] (zucchini flower) season, I rationalized. I have already discussed my love for this topping in other posts. I am fully obsessed with fiori and I knew Panella would have what I was looking for. In fact, a […]

  2. Carolina Ramos September 30, 2008 at 11:56 am - Reply

    I didn’t know of your passion for fiori di zucca. They drive me mad, too! šŸ™‚

  3. Restaurants in Rome by Katie Parla March 10, 2009 at 3:12 pm - Reply

    […] Also, their bakery nearby on Via dei chiavari is to die for. Great for a quick sandwich or pizza al taglio. This is where I get my bread when I can’t make it to […]

  4. Ciambella al Cioccolato April 10, 2009 at 2:11 am - Reply

    […] my friend Rob and I popped into Panificio Monti in (surprise) Monti for some pizza al taglio. The service there is quite…casual…so while we waited to place our order we plotted […]

  5. Pizza al Taglio at Panificio Monti April 23, 2009 at 1:05 am - Reply

    […] the reasons artisinal bakeries in Rome still exist. If it weren’t for the profits reaped from pizza al taglio, crostate, ciambelle, and biscotti, small bakeries could no longer afford to make bread. Sounds […]

  6. Barnum Cafe, Rome November 10, 2009 at 12:52 am - Reply

    […] and fudge brownies tempted us from the nearby counter. We settled on tea, as we had already had pizza al taglio and cookies from the Kosher Bistro en route to the bank. Diana chose Lapsong Souchong, a smoked […]

  7. Katie December 7, 2009 at 3:25 am - Reply

    id like to throw in 00100 in testaccio on via giovanni branca, too!

  8. 00100, Testaccio December 7, 2009 at 3:49 am - Reply

    […] few weeks back, a reader named Jordan commented on a pizza post, recommending I visit 00100, a pizza al tagio joint in Testaccio just off Piazza Santa Maria della Liberatrice. Never one to turn down a carb […]

  9. Katie February 26, 2010 at 2:34 pm - Reply

    See this post for an updated list.

  10. […] The Museums entrance is a 4 minute bike ride from Pizzarium, Gabriele Bonci’s acclaimed pizza al taglio joint located next to the Cipro Metro station (Via della Meloria 43, to be exact). I took a detour […]

  11. […] it was just a 30-min tram-to-bus-to-short walk away. There, I’d stock up on for bread and pizza al taglio. 9 Favole di Pane on Via Catania was one of my regular hangouts. Their baked goods were always […]

  12. […] days it seems like everyone swoons over the pizza by the slice at Pizzarium. Vogue (a magazine no one would ever confuse with an art history publication) even […]

  13. Rome’s Best Pizza August 13, 2010 at 1:57 am - Reply

    […] the best pizza al taglio, check out 00100 in Testaccio, Roscioli (both locations), Panificio Monti in Monti, Passi in […]

  14. Rome’s Boutique Pizza Guide October 30, 2010 at 9:10 pm - Reply

    […] Roman pie (round, flat and thin with a crispy crust), the ever popular and usually quadrilateral pizza al taglio (pizza by the slice), and now there are a growing number of boutique pizzerias, which employ […]

  15. Le Mani in Pasta with Gabriele Bonci January 21, 2011 at 10:07 am - Reply

    […] counts). Bonci’s Pizzarium is among the city’s premier boutique pizzerias, selling pizza al taglio from a small storefront next to the Cipro Metro stop. Yesterday I sat down with Bonci and his […]

  16. Pizzarium Reopens Today in Rome February 8, 2011 at 7:52 pm - Reply

    […] Pizzarium, Gabriele Bonci’s famed pizza al taglio joint, reopens on Via della Meloria in Rome. The shop, which has been closed for the last month, […]

  17. s December 23, 2011 at 8:12 pm - Reply

    Katie, have you been to Sisini in Trastevere? When i first moved to Rome, my Roman friend took me there- he said it is the best pizza al taglio in Rome after Roscioli and Forno. to be honest, i found it to be forgettable…i do know that lots of Romans adore it.

    Rome is really full of gems- my boyfriend (now husband) and i went to the Vatican museums and whilst walking around in the area, we stumbled up on a random pizza al taglio place. it was indeed one of the best slices i have ever had-even for Roscioli standards…but i never found it again…i mean if were to have found it, that would have been too much of a miracle, right?

    to your list, you know that i would add Passi in Testaccio šŸ™‚ for their pizza rossa- though i was a bit disappointed when i went there this summer.

    x s

  18. The right way to eat pizza May 23, 2012 at 1:00 pm - Reply

    […] (7″ or 10″ never looks right, any bigger looks ridiculous); circular (apologies to the rectangular Romans, but that round fulfils a learned expectation with a satisfying click); and […]

  19. […] (7″ or 10″ never looks right, any bigger looks ridiculous); circular (apologies to the rectangular Romans, but that round fulfils a learned expectation with a satisfying click); and […]

  20. The right way to eat pizza | May 23, 2012 at 8:20 pm - Reply

    […] (7″ or 10″ never looks right, any bigger looks ridiculous); circular (apologies to the rectangular Romans, but that round fulfils a learned expectation with a satisfying click); and […]

  21. […] (7″ or 10″ never looks right, any bigger looks ridiculous); circular (apologies to the rectangular Romans, but that round fulfils a learned expectation with a satisfying click); and […]

  22. La Pizza « La lingua italiana September 18, 2012 at 8:03 pm - Reply

    […] There are two ways you can eat a pizza. You can pick up a piece al taglio which is pizza by the slice. You buy it in large square pieces and can usually get pizza rossa or pizza bianca – that’s pizza either with tomato or olive oil, salt and rosemary. I love getting a piece and a cold beer and taking it to a bustling piazza to eat. Here are some places in Rome. […]

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