G Rough
Piazza di Pasquino, 69 00186 Rome; +39 06 68801085
All-suite luxury boutique hotel housed in a 17th century palazzo near Piazza Navona. With just 10 rooms, feels more like you’re visiting a friend’s home than staying at a hotel.

Palazzo Dama
Lungotevere Arnaldo Da Brescia 2 – 00196 Rome; +39 06 89565272
Hip new addition to the hotel scene — an Art Nouveau villa near Piazza del Popolo and the Villa Borghese with an outdoor pool

Portrait Roma
Via Bocca di Leone, 23 – 00187 Rome; +39 06 69380742
Luxury retreat with spectacular rooftop terrace near the Spanish Steps, owned by the Ferragamo family.
Tribeca Traveler clients receive: Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability, Continental breakfast daily, for up to two in room guests via room service, One-way private airport transfer, to Fiumicino airport, Ciampino airport or Termini train Station for 2, Early check-in/late check-out, subject to availability

J. K. Place Roma
Via Di Monte D’Oro 30 – 00186 Rome; +39 06 982634
Boldly designed 5 star boutique hotel in the heart of the city.
*Tribeca Traveler clients receive: Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability; Daily full breakfast, for up to two in room guests; A complimentary lunch or dinner for up to two people per room once during stay, excluding alcohol, taxes and gratuities; Early check-in/late check-out, subject to availability


Via dei Giubbonari, 21 – 00186 Rome; +39 06 6875287
Well-known, much loved upscale wine bar/restaurant that serves great salumi and pasta. Reservations recommended, very popular.

Al Moro
Vicolo delle Bollette 13, Rome 00187; +39-06-678-3495
Traditional/authentic ristorante with outdoor seating a few steps from the Trevi Fountain, using local and seasonal ingredients Roman cuisine is known for. Fresh pasta dishes and homemade desserts are standouts.

Via Velletri 39 Rome; +39 0664781692
Inventive and sophisticated cooking normally found only at Michelin-starred restaurants with an affordable fixed-price menu in an informal, minimalist setting.

Cesare al Casaletto
Via del Casaletto, 45 – 00151 Rome; +39 06536015
Off-the-beaten track Roman trattoria regarded as one of the best, with gracious hosts and a fantastic wine list.

Pizzeria Emma
Via Monte della Farina, 28/29 00186 Rome; +39 06 64760475
A relative newcomer for pizza made with the highest quality ingredients and a great selection of salumi, cheese, pasta and mains. Good wine list and respectable selection of craft beers.

Il Sorpasso
Via Properzio 31 – 00193 Rome; +39 06 89024554
Charming rustic enoteca filled with locals, near the Vatican. Small place with a great buzzy atmosphere.

Caffè Sant’Eustachio
Piazza di S. Eustachio, 82, Roma, Italy; +39 06 6880 2048
The most famous cappuccino in Rome — Caffè Sant’Eustachio is famed for its home-roast beans, blended with water from an ancient aqueduct.

Via degli Zingari, 5 Rome, Italy; +39 06 4890 6955
Artisanal gelateria in Monti serving offbeat, interesting flavors like “Dukha,” a rich blend of sesame, almonds, hazelnuts and coriander and “Kentucky,” flavored with tobacco.

Gelateria del Teatro
Via dei Coronari, 65, 00186 Rome, Italy; +39 06 4547 4880
Opened by an ex pastry chef who searches out the best ingredients including pistachios from Bronte and lemons from Amalfi.

Via dei Chiavari, 37, 00186 Roma, Italy; +39 06 689 3843
A Florentine import from gelati master Simone Bonini, right down the street from Roscioli, not far from Campo dei Fiori.

Via Fratelli Bonnet, 5 Monteverde; +39 06 4544 7639
Hip little wine bar on a corner in Monteverde serving natural wines, tasty mezcal cocktails and fruit and booze-based sorbets, open Mon-Sat.

The Jerry Thomas Project
Vicolo Cellini 30, Centro Storico; +39-06-9684-5937
Late night hangout/speakeasy with a great cocktail list, open until four in the morning Tues-Sat. *this bar is password protected

Via Maria Cristina, 2; +39 06 8956 5272
Scene-y spot/private club in the newly opened Palazzo Dama Hotel, open Fri and Sat nights.

Check out the new Banksy Exhibit at Rome’s Palazzo Cipolla Museum currently on display which will run through Sept 4th. Original paintings, prints, sculptures and rare objects will be exhibited, many of which have never been shown previously.