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Enoteca L'Antidoto


Vicolo del Bologna, 19, 00153 , Rome
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You’ll want to come to this natural wine bar located on a quiet street in Trastevere with a friend or two, as they only sell by the bottle. Inside, you’ll find one room with high-top tables and six spots at the bar that look into the kitchen. There’s a chef residency program, so every few months there’s someone new creating a limited menu of creative small plates. Not necessarily Italian, you can expect things like figs wrapped in transparent slices of lardo, a savory foie gras tart, and a deceptively simple brown paper bag of fresh bread and a dish of cultured salted butter. Make a reservation in advance, as walk-in space is limited.

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