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  1. Hello! I just came across your blog and I can’t wait to check out some of these places on our visit to Rome. I saw you mention that you eat gluten free. My husband is celiac and I was wondering if you have any recommendations for gluten free pizza?

    Thank you!

    1. Hi Amy,
      We lived in Naples (the land of amazing pizza) so I don’t think I ever had it in Rome now that I think about it. I have a whole post on gluten free pizza if you go down to Naples though. I did go to an exclusively GF bakery called Pandalì that had little mini pizzas, but they weren’t like a big traditional one straight out of the oven. Your husband should still peak in here though for the other treats. Also, Voglia di Pizza is another option you might want to try. I only had pasta there (it was several years ago and was just ok), but I believe they make GF pizza too. Overall, Italy is very GF friendly and he shouldn’t have a problem. Good luck and enjoy your trip!

  2. Thank you so much for this! We leave for Rome next week and we can’t wait. Do you remember where the 3rd photograph was taken? I believe I have been to that restaurant before, and it’s on the tip of my tongue! Thank you for sharing!

  3. Thank you for all of the recommendations, your pictures are all so beautiful. I have come across your blog today for the first time and have read almost every Italy post!!! It is such a beautiful country.

    Do you remember what the bar was called opposite the Pantheon where you took the picture with the Aperol Spritz’s? I would love that exact same view / shot when we go over Easter. 🙂

  4. This is an amazing post! I am so excited to go to Rome next month and I literally bookmarked every single recommendations! Looking forward for some drinks in Trastevere!

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