This fab neighborhood pizzeria is close enough to the Colosseum to be convenient, but just distant enough to avoid the dreaded “touristy” label that applies to so much dining in this part of town. Roman-style pizzas baked in the wood-stoked oven are among the best in town, with perfect crisp crusts. There’s also a bruschetta list (from around 4€) and a range of salads. Outside tables can be cramped, but there’s plenty of room inside. If you want to eat late, booking is essential or you’ll be fighting with hungry locals for a table. Tip: After visiting the Colosseum or the Basilica of San Clemente, stop for an aperitivo, then head here at 7 for an early (and cheap) pizza dinner.