Category Archives: Rome

Piazza Navona Holiday Fair

The Piazza Navona Christmas market is a fun place to stop if you’re in Rome for the holiday season.  It usually runs from early December until January 6th. BUT if you’re expecting to find handicrafts and luxury items, think again. This fair is (not-so-) secretly for kids.  What you WILL find is cotton candy, cheap […]

Rome Gelato Tour: Il Gelato di Claudio Torcè

After eating at both San Crispino and Grom within 15 minutes, we had officially had a lot of gelato. BUT on E’s Great Gelato Tour you can always find room for more. San Crispino and Grom are only about a 2 minutes walk apart.  That is a very little time to eat a lot of […]

Rome Gelato Tour: Grom

Stop two on E’s great gelato tour: Grom. Grom feels American because it feels cookie-cutter.  Grom is not a Roman institution, it is a chain and didn’t open its first location in the eternal city until earlier this year. Grom rotates its flavors monthly, which is less often than most of the smaller shops.  Here […]

Eat, Pray, Love’s Gelato at San Crispino in Rome

San Crispino is a must stop when it comes to sampling the best gelato in Rome, which is why one of my first ever blog posts after moving to here was a rave review of their lemon gelato. Those on an Eat, Pray, Love quest always find themselves at San Crispino.  Elizabeth Gilbert immortalized the gelateria […]