photo credit: Saghar Setareh

Margherita pizza and glass of red wine at Emma



Campo de' Fiori

$$$$Perfect For:LunchBig GroupsDrinking Good Beer
Earn 3x points with your sapphire card

Included In

You almost certainly know that Italy is famous for its pizza, but what you may not know is that in Rome, full pizza pies (as opposed to slices, called pizza al taglia) are typically eaten at dinner time, not lunch. But if a single slice just won’t do, head to Emma near Campo de' Fiori. The pizza here is soft-crusted Neapolitan-style with toppings like the best buffalo mozzarella from Paestum, tomatoes from the slopes of Vesuvius, prosciutto from Tuscany, and anchovies from Sicily. There’s an excellent wine list, an interesting collection of craft beers, outside seating under umbrellas, and a modern, bright dining room.

Included In

Suggested Reading

Faro Caffè Specialty image

Faro Caffè Specialty

Faro Caffè Specialty is a good spot for coffee and savory breakfast plates in Sallustiano.

A plate of Roman Jewish artichokes.

You must eat deep-fried whole artichokes at Giggetto al Portico d'Ottavia, a Roman Jewish restaurant in the Jewish Ghetto.

Rigatoni carbonara and plate of fried artichoke at Trattoria da Enzo 29

Because who needs history lessons when you have carbonara?

Cone of gelato at FataMorgana

Did you really visit Rome if you didn't eat gelato at least once a day?

Infatuation Logo


2024 © The Infatuation Inc. All Rights Reserved.
The views and opinions expressed on The Infatuation’s site and other platforms are those of the authors and do not reflect the official policy or position of (or endorsement by) JPMorgan Chase. The Infatuation and its affiliates assume no responsibility or liability for the content of this site, or any errors or omissions. The Information contained in this site is provided on an "as is" basis with no guarantees of completeness, accuracy, usefulness or timeliness.


Get it on Google PlayDownload on the App Store