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Rome’s Pasticceria Regoli, 100 Years of History

In the latest installment of the YouTube series “KP’s Rome”, I visit Pasticceria Regoli, a city institution that will celebrate its 100-year anniversary next year. Regoli opened in 1916 when the current owner’s grandparents moved to Rome from Tuscany. They slowly transitioned from charcoal sales to food service and today the pasticceria is one of the few traditional, quality shops left in Rome.

2017-02-17T15:15:18+00:00 August 1st, 2015|Categories: Rome & Lazio, Sweets & Dessert, Videos|3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. Mindy Carlson August 13, 2015 at 7:01 am - Reply

    I came over here from Revealed Rome, so glad I did! I’m delighted to discover that our hotel is only a kilometer away from this shop. My first trip to Rome will be in September, and I’m determined to make food an important part of it. Thanks for the video, now I’m off to explore the rest of your blog!

  2. Ryan August 29, 2015 at 6:52 pm - Reply

    It would be nice if you can post other hidden/good place to eat. Pasta, pizza and gelato combo is really boring.

  3. […] UPDATED FOR 2017: Every Sunday I run into the same predicament. I want to eat a really good meal out, but somehow during the week I’ve forgotten how tough it is to get a last minute table. Inevitably I scramble for reservations and try to accommodate my increasingly picky palate. Don’t make my habitual error; remember that tables at great dining venues are scarce on Sundays, so be sure to book ahead where possible (no bookings taken at Trapizzino and Pizzarium). And of course start the day with a coffee and a pastry at Roscioli Caffe or Pasticceria Regoli. […]

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