During our unguided foot tour of Rome, we came across this local establishment. I found out it was one of the oldest standing osterias in the city (1929). A non english speaking server came out to greet us and we sat outside as it was lovely. I am a foodie, so I didn't need translation with the menu. We had bolognese, lamb, antipasti and wine. Our server reminded me of my grandfather (as he was at least 65+) and kept poking fun with another older gent sitting across from us and speaking italian. It turns out the gent is a local and frequents the osteria often. It was fun to watch these two during our lunch. What a great experience. And the food was great.
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