An elegant former pasta factory that hung up its spaghetti racks in 1960 after 55 years of business, this is now a hub of Rome's...
With vintage sofas, chairs, and cushions on the floor, this slightly grungy place has the look of a chill-out room in a gone-to-seed...
This basic, historic San Lorenzo pizzeria is as adrenaline-fuelled as its name: waiters zoom around under whirring fans, delivering...
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Lonely Planet review
Claudio Sano creates gleaming moulded works of art in leather that are beautiful, witty and surreal, such as a briefcase with a keyhole through it, another with a bite taken out of it and a handbag in the shape of a fish. They’re not cheap, but masterpieces seldom are.