photo credit: Rimessa Roscioli
While the original Roscioli is one of the best places in Italy for pasta, you can get the same excellent cacio e pepe at Rimessa Roscioli without the cramped seating and long wait. While you can stop by any day for dinner, they have two nightly guided wine tastings at 5pm and 8:30pm that feel like a big dinner party where you’ll make friends with the people next to you (it’s ideal if you’re traveling solo). That third glass of catalanesca insumma might even make you believe that you are fluent in Italian. If you’d prefer to look at the tops of a bunch of old buildings while you sip your ribolla gialla, Rimessa also pours wine on the rooftop at the Palazzo Nainer hotel.