Cul de Sac9
Why locals love it
Renowned pate, an incredibly large wine menu, exquisite traditional Roman cuisine, cheese and meat platters, and perfectly proportioned desserts. You can eat great food at a cheap price (the most expensive traditional main is €10.50), but if you have money to spend there are some fancier options.
Why you should visit it
A 16th century Charlie Hebdo, 'pasquinate' translates in Italian as lampoons, and the worn statue called 'pasquino' in the corner of this piazza was the first of 'the talking statues of Rome', where citizens would anonymously stick leaflets criticizing or poking fun at the government of the day.
Found at the end of the Piazza Navona which is close to the Corso Vittorio Emannuele.