The entrance to Il Convivo Troiani may be plain and without fanfare, but when you ring the doorbell, what you’re greeted with is a warm welcome what seems to be a secret door. White linen and soft lighting combine to highlight its sublime glow, and that’s just the first of many pleasant surprises Il Convivo has up its sleeve.
Only the best of the best is found at Colapicchioni, and that’s not just our opinion, it is a statement of fact made by owner Angelo Colapicchioni himself. As he put it, the bread baked here is one of the only to reproduce the old style while using ingredients known to play a key role in Italian gastronomy.
Taverna Trilussa is one of those can’t miss staples of Italian cuisine that’s done well keeping its local crowd unsullied by a revolving door of tourists. It was started in 1908 by the Pirola family, and today is run by two brothers who are all too happy to keep up the tradition.