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This salumeria, wine bar and tiny restaurant specializes in such gourmet treats as artisanal meats and cheeses. The counter up front is always packed with customers sampling from the hundreds of options. (The staff is well-prepared for visitors from abroad: I didn’t have to mime “vacuum pack” for long before they assured me they would expertly package my slice of Parmigiano Reggiano.) The cozy back—dark and lined with shelves of fine wines—is a great spot for lunch, especially if it’s a rainy or colder day where you don’t mind being inside. The menu is full of Roman specialties and, of course you don’t want to skip the heaping platters of charcuterie and formaggio. Roscioli is in walking distance to the Campo de’ Fiori. Some locals warn that the spot is getting so popular, it's at risk for becoming overhyped.

Tip: This is an excellent place to find souvenirs to bring home to your pantry.

Written by Simone Girner

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