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8.08.2014

Eating in Rome {Cul de Sac}

Eating in Rome

Eating in Rome

Star stylist Annette Joseph's visit to Rome last month has been very well documented. We kept her busy with breakfasts and lunches, dinners and shopping in the few short days she was in town visiting her friends Elizabeth and Jeannette. We spent her last hour in in Rome at a place I consider an old standby, Cul de Sac near Piazza Navona.


Cul de Sac is one of those places I regularly suggest for a quick and easy light meal. It is perfect for when you (and/or your visitors) need to balance out the pasta and pizza feasting. There are lots of choices like plates of local cured meats and cheeses, interesting salads and vegetable dishes. 

When the weather is good try and get a table outside. The tables and benches inside are a tad on the cozy side.

When the first cool days of fall arrive I crave a glass of Cesanese wine from Lazio, a slab of pate made from cinghale (wild boar) with a surprising swipe of dark chocolate and a bowl of onion soup.

On warmer afternoons I choose a plate of vegetables with goat cheese or sometimes a medley of baba ganoush and stuffed grape leaves. The cold seafood plate is also a cooling choice on a hot day. 

There is a nice selection of wines by the glass and an impressive selection by the bottle. 

Eating in Rome

Eating in Rome

Eating in Rome

Eating in Rome

Eating in Rome

Cul de Sac
Piazza Pasquino 73
Monday - Sunday 12:00 - 00:30




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