Papal Conclave

For the past few weeks, the world’s interest has been centered on Rome. The illness and death of pope John Paul II in late March and early April had major television and Internet news services providing 24 hour coverage. Journalists…

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Buccone

After passing Buccone twice in the past month, and finding ourselves entranced by the dark wooden stacks of wine and the intense atmosphere of one of the most beguiling enotecas in Rome, my roommate, Federica and I finally decided we…

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Da Lucia

As a recent addition to the Context:Rome office, I was delighted to learn of the Context:Rome monthly ritual: a staff lunch on the company at a restaurant of our choice. Of course, there’s a catch. The main purpose is for…

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Bellini

Set in the historic center, not too far from the Naples Archaeological Museum, in the heart of an up-and-coming artsy, bohemian quarter, Bellini is first call on the local fishmonger’s role. Neighborhood denizens come here weekly for their fish fix,…

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Di Matteo

Food in Naples means tradition. Food in Naples stands for simple, fresh products combined in an almost alchemical way. From thick-crust pizza to timballo (Naples’ version of lasagna), from sfogliatelle (Naples’ version of baklava) to insalalta di rinforzo (pickled salad),…

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