1 Caffè Nemorense – Eater

Mercato di Campagna Amica del Circo Massimo, Rome’s largest farmers market, re-opened this month after shuttering for eight months due to some bureaucratic mismanagement. And now, it’s bigger and better than ever. The market, which is open Saturdays and Sundays in a warehouse near the Circus Maximus, is organized by a local farm consortium, and its dozens of stalls sell local produce, meat, cheese, honey, craft beer, and bread. There’s a particular focus on items from the areas in central Italy affected by recent earthquakes. In addition to selling raw ingredients, food trucks and trattorias with stalls serve prepared foods like freshly pressed juices, salads, and pasta dishes, so visitors can enjoy Lazio’s bounty even if they don’t have access to a kitchen.

Via di S. Teodoro
74, 00186 Roma RM, Italy

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