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Yes, you might have a trip planned to the glass-blowing hub that is Museo del Vetro. When you need lunch, come to Acquastanca. They get a lot of the produce from the nearby island of Sant’Erasmo, so you’ll find things like perfectly braised artichokes, a slew of top-notch pastas, and tiny gnocchi with more crispy shredded artichokes. The small dining room is full of vintage mirrors, frames, and old wine bottles, and can serve as a needed break from reading about molten glass. Finish the meal with an excellent lemon tart with a sweet and sour punch of citrus that hits you right in the cheeks. 

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