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Dining in Rome: Rooftop Restaurants and Special Occasions

In the first installment of “Ask the Italy Expert,” a feature in which I ask Italy travel specialists to help me answer reader inquiries, Stefania Troiani of Rome Shopping Guide about outlet shopping and pastry shops in Rome. This week’s questions are also about Rome and eating. What can I say…? Those are two topics I get asked about the…

Italy Article Round-Up

In case you missed these recent articles on travel to Italy… New York Times Sicily, Through the Eyes of the Leopard The Washington Post See Naples…And Eat Sydney Morning Herald Ready for Super-Bol (A Search for the Best Ragu in Bologna) Los Angeles Times Exploring Sun-Splashed Venice’s City Squares The Guardian (UK) Instant Weekend…Turin The Boston Globe Eat Them All,…

Harry’s Bar Offers Discount to ‘Poor Americans’

For Americans┬átouring Venice, one of the most famous places to visit is Harry’s Bar, a former haunt of Ernest Hemingway. Unfortunately, as the dollar has sunk (and continues to sink) against the euro, Harry’s, which has always been expensive, is out of most American tourists’ price range. So now, in light of the current economic downturn, Harry’s Bar has begun…

Is It Still Italian If the Chef Isn’t?

While it’s hardly shocking for Americans – we’ve been eating Italian food cooked by Mexicans and Salvadorans for years – Italy is now grappling with the conundrum that many of the cooks in the country’s top-rated restaurants are non-Italians. Ian Fisher’s article today in the New York Times points out that Antico Forno Roscioli, which recently won accolades from Gambero…