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Restaurants in Via Veneto/Tritone

Aurora 10 da Pino il Sommelier  


Tranquil Aurora.

A tranquil atmosphere good for business lunches or a tête à tête. Reliable seafood pasta (rigatoni alla siciliana , eggplant, black olives, and tomato sauce) and seafood dishes; plenty of meat choices, too. Ask Pino the Sommelier for wine suggestions. Nice crème brûlée and babà for dessert. — Judy Edelhoff

Major Credit Cards  
Via Aurora, 10, Rome, IT-RM Map
Tel. 06.474.2779
http://www.aurora10.it
Closed Mondays


Da Olimpio  


No... not the "artichoker"...

Modest all-indoor trattoria and pizzeria next door to the teeming Il Messaggero newspaper building. This place gets loads of journalists for (long) lunch and tourists for dinner. Nothing special, but solid Roman food at affordable prices. Good veggies and fresh fish. Pleasant staff. Best to stay away from the pizza, which for whatever reason isn’t their strength — maybe because one is called "Pizza with thin artichoker." — David R. Deropolous

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Via degli Avignonesi, 37-38, Rome, IT-RM Map
Tel. 06.488.5225
Closed Tuesdays


Doney  


Once upon a Fellini...

The upscale restaurant (managed by Paris-trained, Bergamasco-native chef James Foglieni) dishes up high-level "light" Mediterranean cuisine, including fresh pasta, vegetables and fish. Try the pumpkin ravioli pasta with shrimp sauce, pasta with asparagus and bottarga (dried fish eggs), tuna with potatoes crust, or millefeuille of Catalan lobster. Finish up with crème brûlée with berries. Monday-Saturday veggie buffet. Sunday brunch. Hip Club Doney for late-nighters. All the luxury can’t make up for the lost ambience of the 1950s and 60s, but that’s Rome’s fault, not Doney’s. Adjunct of the Westin Excelsior. — Cristina Polli

Major Credit Cards  
Via Veneto, 125, Rome, IT-RM Map
Tel. 06.4708.2805
Open Daily


Hosteria Romana  


Osso bucco has a home...

Penne all'arrabbiata, osso buco (veal shank), bombolotti alla pecorara, mazzancolle, bucatini all'amatriciana — Monday through Saturday this osteria is Roman to the nines. Ivano and Barbara (the Camponeschi family) cater mostly to locals and to assorted stray tourists, but in the end everyone’s treated graciously. Don't even broach the subject of history unless you want to know what happened to a certain German platoon around the corner, leading to one of the nastiest Nazi reprisals of World War II. Don't confuse this with Osteria Romana near Campo de' Fiori. Book on weekends. — Cristina Polli

Major Credit Cards  
Via del Boccaccio, 1, Rome, IT-RM Map
Tel. 06.4745284/483511
Closed Sundays


Le Bistrot D’Hubert  


Closed only for Sunday lunch.

A Parisian trained in the cooking school of la maman opens a restaurant in a city of Romans who dislike French cuisine. Here is wonderful basic French cuisine, kir, vichyssoise, and cream of mushroom. You won’t be able to resist the steak au poivre. And the tarts are the real thing. AC inside. Closed Sunday lunch. — Judy Edelhoff

Major Credit Cards  
Via Sardegna, 135/137, Rome, IT-RM Map
Tel. 06.4201.3161
Open Daily


Mirabelle  


View of views...

Atop the Hotel Splendide, Mirabelle is a portrait of culinary refinement with a stunning view of the center as a bonus. Bruno Borghesi’s restaurant offers top-of-the-line Italian and continental cuisine at high prices (figure €80-100 a head). Clientele is refined. Booking essential. A regular luxury or a once-in-a-trip indulgence, depending on the depth of your pocketbook. Take an elevator from the hotel lobby. — Cristina Polli

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Via di Porta Pinciana, 14, Rome, IT-RM Map
Tel. 06.4216.8837
http://www.mirabelle.it
Open Daily


Mozart  


Lunch-on-the-go at Mozart.

Andrea runs a reasonable and good lunchtime business in what might otherwise seem like "just" a coffee bar. Like mushrooms after a rain, the food miraculously pops up after the morning coffee break bar crowd has subsided. This is cafeteria style, so all is on display. Tell them to throw a steak or burger on in the kitchen, if that’s your wish. Lots of regulars from the U.S. Embassy down the street.

Lunch only, but often served late. — Judy Edelhoff

Cash Only  
Via Toscana, 24/26, Rome, IT-RM Map
Tel. 06.4288.0223
Closed Sundays


San Marco  


Pizza near Via Veneto.

Trendy, loud, three blocks off Via Veneto, and packed most evenings beginning at 9 p.m. Semi-open kitchen and rows of oil and wine bottles line the walls from floor to ceiling. Delectable pizzas, pastas and a wide range of steaks and desserts, complimented by a huge choice of wines. Excellent, efficient service. The adjacent bar offers aperitivi every day after 6 p.m., with a special and incredibly popular aperitivo session on Wednesday and Sunday evenings. Reservations essential, other than on quiet nights such as Monday or Tuesday. Usually runs between €25-35 per person. Open 12 p.m. to 12 a.m.-1 a.m. daily. — Suzanne Bush

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Via Sardegna, 38/D, Rome, IT-RM Map
Tel. 06.4201.2620
http://www.pizzeriasanmarco.it
Open Daily


Tullio  


Tullio's Abbachio con patate arroste.

Just off Piazza Barberini. Owner Gianni runs the bustling show, aware that God is in the details. Little stands out here per se (Tuscan/Florentine cuisine) because everything is professionally considered and made with simple and accomplished grace. Grilled meats, beef, lamb, and veal, are all worth the price. So is the no-nonsense pasta alla Bolognese. Not for vegetarians. Very noisy, particularly at the peak of power lunches (2:30 p.m.) Upscale prices. No pizza. — Cristina Polli

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Via San Nicola Da Tolentino, 26, Rome, IT-RM Map
Tel. 06.474.5560/06.487.4125
Closed Sundays



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