Museum and Memorials
17 June 2018

Some of Rome’s best food can be found in the Ghetto. For traditional Roman cuisineSora
Margherita,Giggetto al Portico d'OttaviaandNonna Bettaare our favorites. There are a
number of special recipes that come from this neighborhood, but you must not leave Rome
without tasting a carciofo all Giudia (a twice-fried artichoke).
Ba’ Ghettoin Via del Portico d’Ottavia has innovative Jewish-Roman cooking. They make a
delicious kosher carbonara.
Boccione, also known simply as "il forno"(the bakery), is a popular spot for specialty, artisanal
breads, pizza, and pastries. Their ricotta with sour-cherry cheesecake is divine.
A complete restaurant guide for the neighborhood is available in your suite and we will take care
of making reservations.

Some of Rome’s best food can be found in the Ghetto. For traditional Roman cuisineSora
Margherita,Giggetto al Portico d’OttaviaandNonna Bettaare our favorites. There are a
number of special recipes that come from this neighborhood, but you must not leave Rome
without tasting a carciofo all Giudia (a twice-fried artichoke).
Ba’ Ghettoin Via del Portico d’Ottavia has innovative Jewish-Roman cooking. They make a
delicious kosher carbonara.
Boccione, also known simply as “il forno”(the bakery), is a popular spot for specialty, artisanal
breads, pizza, and pastries. Their ricotta with sour-cherry cheesecake is divine.
A complete restaurant guide for the neighborhood is available in your suite and we will take care
of making reservations.