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Costantini

The Costantini family’s wine shop, which sits across from the Italian Palace of Justice in the prestigious Prati district, is Rome’s largest. The ground level entrance is crowded with liquor…

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Le Bon Bock Shop

Le Bon Bock Shop, like its nearby sister bar and restaurant, Le Bon Bock Café, caters to whiskey connoisseurs and collectors who cross Rome—and even the Italian peninsula—to browse its…

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Les Vignerons

Just off the via Casilina in Eastern Rome, Les Vignerons sells naturally and traditionally made wines, as well as domestic and imported craft beers. Owners Antonio Marino and Marisa Gabbianelli…

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Litro

Litro is basically a neighborhood café with wine list is composed exclusively of artisanal wines from small producers—exclusively from Italy and France—with spectacular, handcrafted cheeses and cured meats to match.…

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Cesare al Casaletto

After a career in fine dining, sommelier Leonardo Vignoli—who splits his time between the floor and the kitchen—opened this neo-trattoria in Rome’s Gianicolense district. The menu offers all the Roman…

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La Pergola

Rome’s only three-starred Michelin restaurant is like no other place in town. The formal, French-style service and gilded dining rooms perched on Montemario, in the opulent Roma Cavalieri Hotel, draw…

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Roscioli

Salumeria Roscioli (aka Vineria Roscioli, but usually just abbreviated, Roscioli) was opened by a historic Roman baking family in 2004. Back then, Roscioli was an anomaly that customers struggled to…

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Il Goccetto

Look for the old school painted “Vino e Olio” sign above the entrance, then push through the pack of smokers to Il Goccetto’s inner sanctum. Here, long-time owners Sergio and…

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Remigio

Just off the Via Tuscolana, on the ground floor of a residential city block, Remigio serves the city’s most interesting assortment of sparkling wines, culled from small producers from Champagne,…