There is something undeniably old-school about the Italian capital, especially when it comes to dining. Yes, there are some sleek restaurants with minimalist decor and innovative cuisine, but for the most part, visitors seek out the mom-and-pop trattorias of yesteryear or, in some cases, yester-century. Rome is one of Indagare’s most popular destinations, and it’s not unusual for a member to work with one of our travel experts on mapping out an itinerary entirely based around the restaurants, meals and types of food not to be missed. One scene-stealer has been Roscioli, which serves up the city’s most luscious buffalo mozzarella and burrata alongside spectacular cured meats. Families will be happy with versatile Pizzeria Emma, which offers salads, pastas, antipasti plates, meat, and, of course, pizza. For an abbreviated list of restaurants, read Top Tables Rome.