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Restaurants in Trieste/Nomentano

Bisteak  


Nomentano and Piramide.

These two places (same ownership) style themselves as American "grill and pizza" joints. Lot of that going around. Steaks seem on the fatty side, and the pizzas take a cue from the steaks — too doughy and "soft." But the prices are good and the overall quality acceptable. Great for noisy, large scale gatherings. Don’t look for candles. And expect a wait if you walk in after 9 p.m. Second spot near the Piramide Metro stop at Via di Porta Ardeatina, 114. Tel. 06.5728.8369. — Cristina Polli

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Via dei Monti di Pietralata, 141, Rome, IT-RM Map
Tel. 06.4179.2126
http://www.bisteak.it/
Open Daily


Caffè Bistrot Casina dei Pini  


Crépes al formaggio.

Dine among the pine trees at this caffè (not anything like an Italian bar) with an outdoor patio and plenty of comfortable seating inside. Great salads and desserts (try any of the crépes), and a long list of cocktails. Nestled in a small park behind Piazza Bologna, this is a perfect venue for organizing parties and receptions. Normally €20-25 a head. Open daily 10 a.m.-2 a.m.; Monday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. — Kristine Crane

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Viale di Villa Massimo, 8/a, Rome, IT-RM Map
Tel. 06.4424.4707
Open Daily


Consolato d’Abruzzo  


Hearty fare in winter.

Off the Nomentana, a solid Abruzzese restaurant where you won’t find a tourist (unless it’s group booked). Cheeses and salumi abound. Try homemade cavatelli, pappardelle al cinghiale or polenta con le spuntature on cold days (the polenta has texture and character). Good grilled fish. On the piazza are second century BC Roman ruins. — Kristine Crane

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Piazza Elio Callistio 15-16, Rome, IT-RM Map
Tel. 06.8620.8803
http://www.consolatodabruzzo.it/Informazioni.htm
Closed Mondays


Ristorante Pizzeria da Anna e Valerio  


Carciofi alla giudea.

Family-run by a Jewish couple, this out-of-the-way trattoria serves traditional Roman Jewish food (excellent carciofi alla giudea) and is best known for their cacio e pepe (pasta with Roman-style pecorino cheese and black pepper). Tucked inside Rome’s 1960s "African" neighborhood, the restaurant shares Piazza Elio Callisto with the sedia del diavolo monument. Expect€35 per person. — Kristine Crane

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Piazza Elio Callistio, 5, Rome, IT-RM Map
Tel. 06.8620.8791
http://www.dicastro.com
Closed Mondays



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