Written byKatie Parla
While visitors to Rome tend to stick around the center for dining and drinking, most Romans live, work, and eat in neighborhoods beyond the city’s historic districts. Do as the Romans and venture off the tourist map to places like Mazzo in Centocelle. This 12-seat bistro in the city’s eastern periphery serves Roman soul food at a communal table. In addition to classics, you’ll find everything from fried tripe to sweetbread bruschetta.