Latteria Trastevere is a wine bar with great daily pasta specials. Come here when you’ve had your fill of carbonara and cacio e pepe—the menu skews more creative than traditional, with dishes like pistachio lasagna and gnocchi with white lamb ragu. All of their ingredients are thoughtfully sourced from small farms all over Italy, and sometimes, the chef shares his Sardinian roots by whipping up a dish of fregola and fresh seafood. The space used to sell milk, hence the name, and is on an endearing side street. There are twinkly lights strung among the wine bottles inside, and a leafy outside space with small tables in good weather.