La Lupa di Roma 


It’s hard to even imagine how over 400 wine bottles could fit in such a small space, but this cute-as-a-button family-run enoteca has one of the most comprehensive collections of Italian imports in town. As for food, the Roman chef/owner turns out dishes that range from rustic traditional favorites (fresh peas sautéed in olive oil with pancetta and mushrooms; spaghetti with garlic, oil, and chile pepper) to inventive nouvelle-ish creations such as duck breast with prunes and almonds, and pineapple, rosemary and basil sorbetto. House-made pastas like cheese ravioli with asparagus and a touch of bresaola (tender air-cured beef) are especially popular.


  • Casual
  • Yes
  • Italian
  • Indoor
  • Dinner
  • Hushed
  • Yes
  • Yes

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