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via di san Cosimato 14, Rome
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Otaleg (which yes, is gelato spelled backward) serves all-natural scoops of gelato from a narrow shop that’s located in-between two of Trastevere’s main piazzas. This spot was founded by a former employee of Claudio Torcè, one of Rome’s first of the gourmet wave of gelato makers. Try the Pistacchio al Quadrato paired with a scoop of rich dark chocolate. The fruit flavors change with the season, and are dairy-free.

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