On Sunday Taverna dei Fori Imperiali closed its doors at Via Madonna dei Monti 16 in Rome. But don’t be alarmed. In November, Taverna will reopen just 20 yards away at number 9 on the same street. Their famous caponata, burrata-filled ravioli (pictured above), and pappardelle with veal and black truffles will be served in a slightly larger dining room beneath exposed brick arches. And the kitchen will be larger and better equipped to serve Taverna’s hungry die hard fans.