Once a club for Rome’s film industry, InRoma sits on a cobbled lane opposite the Palatine Hill. Though the place rests heavily on its cinematic laurels, it still serves up authentic Roman and regional cuisine. Meals might start with caprese di bufala affumicata (salad of tomatoes and smoked buffalo mozzarella) followed by classic Roman pastas like all’amatriciana (cured pork, tomato, and pecorino) or a main course of tagliata (beef strip steak) with a red wine reduction. The ambience inside is fairly generic; we recommend the terrace for a table to remember.