City Guide: Rome
Pizzeria Da Remo
A Testaccio pizza institution, line and up and wait for a table - it's worth it!
As a frequent contender for the title of best pizza in Rome, Da Remo is everything a Roman pizzeria should be. With rowdy locals and cheery, informal service, Da Remo’s pizzaiolos never stop churning out crispy, thin-crust pizza romana from its fierce wood-fired oven. Start with some suppli to snack on then stick to the simple toppings for your pie–funghi (mushrooms), prosciutto or marinara (tomato, oregano and garlic)–and do as the Romans do and accompany the pizza with a crisp, cold beer. While this is a long way from fine-dining, the noisy, jovial atmosphere perfectly epitomizes all that is Rome.
Bitesee Tip: It fills up after 8p, which is a fun scene, but if you show up early you will have more of a chance to beat the line.
Neighborhood Pizzeria / Locals Favorite
Reservations: Via Phone
Hours: Mon-Sat 7pm-1am; Closed Sundays
Address: Piazza di Santa Maria Liberatrice, 44
Phone: 06 574 6270
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