Trastevere

Not only The Parsonage

Trastevere is not only the Carbonara della Canonica, it hides squares, churches, alleys and museums all to be seen and discovered. Here Trilussa was born and here he composed most of his poems telling the life of these people who lived humbly but with so much joy in their hearts!!! Here time seems to stand still; the old 500s, the cats, the cobblestones, everything reminds of a neighborhood that has maintained its style over time, here it is nice to get lost in the alleys...

Santa Maria in Trastevere

Rome's alleys are known worldwide for their beauty and uniqueness. Our alley stands out in this. In fact, Vicolo del Piede connects Via della Pelliccia to Via della Paglia and its toponym is very uncertain. Various in fact are the interpretations: ranging from the classic sign of a tavern (the Canonica) to a foot of a statue walled in a house, from the shape of the alley itself to the Latin expression "ad pedes," in the sense of "at," perhaps because of the alley's close relationship with the nearby basilica of S.Maria in Trastevere. Absolutely not to be missed!

La basilica dates back to the fourth century and gives a golden mosaic on the facade exterior. Inside, however, everything is transformed into golden decorations and mosaics and inside this church is the Avila Chapel by Antonio Gherardi, one of the most important works of the Baroque.

Santa Maria in Trastevere

Rome's alleys are known worldwide for their beauty and uniqueness. Our alley stands out in this. In fact, Vicolo del Piede connects Via della Pelliccia to Via della Paglia and its toponym is very uncertain. Various in fact are the interpretations: ranging from the classic sign of a tavern (the Canonica) to a foot of a statue walled in a house, from the shape of the alley itself to the Latin expression "ad pedes," in the sense of "at," perhaps because of the alley's close relationship with the nearby basilica of S.Maria in Trastevere. Absolutely not to be missed!

La basilica dates back to the fourth century and gives a golden mosaic on the facade exterior. Inside, however, everything is transformed into golden decorations and mosaics and inside this church is the Avila Chapel by Antonio Gherardi, one of the most important works of the Baroque.

Basilica of Saint Cecilia

Besides the basilica of S.Maria in Trastevere, absolutely not to be missed is the Basilica of Santa Cecilia in Trastevere! This is one of the main churches in the neighborhood and is named after Santa Cecilia, a Roman noblewoman who over time became the patron saint of music. Supposedly, this basilica is located on the exact spot where this young woman lived.

Basilica of Saint Cecilia

Besides the basilica of S.Maria in Trastevere, absolutely not to be missed is the Basilica of Santa Cecilia in Trastevere! This is one of the main churches in the neighborhood and is named after Santa Cecilia, a Roman noblewoman who over time became the patron saint of music. Supposedly, this basilica is located on the exact spot where this young woman lived.

Semo romani trasteverini semo signori senza quatrini

Fabricio Bridge and the Tiber Island

An island that lies in the middle of the Tiber.... Rome manages to give us that too, an island in the middle of the center....Ponte Fabricio, has maintained its original composition and is also the oldest of its kind. Its construction dates back to 62 BC....If you want some advice, you can really start from the Tiber Island and then walk towards Trastevere.

Yes, we serve gluten-free pasta and you can choose your favorite toppings.

Yes, we have both vegetarian and vegan dishes. Please ask our staff who will help you with your choice.

We have an ingredient book for any kind of information regarding allergies and intolerances of the dishes offered on the menu.

We have no gluten-free bread or pizza.

Doing continuous working hours from the morning the time is approximate and even if you are late we find the table, with a little waiting while sipping good prosecco offered by us.

Yes, remember to write your name, number of people , time, day and cell phone number. You will receive an email confirming your reservation

We are on a pedestrian island; it is possible to find metered parking on the Tiber promenade or on Viale Trastevere.

Streetcar No. 8 stops 100 meters from the Rectory

Metro stations within walking distance are Circus Maximus (15 minutes) and Colosseum (20-25 minutes)

Credit cards are accepted.

Yes, they are welcome, always fresh water available for them.

Yes, we have convenient high chairs for babies.

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