36 Hours in Rome

36 Hours in Rome

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The old collides with the new in Rome, where visitors can sample both traditional and creative cuisine, classic architecture, avant-garde galleries and endless nightlife options.

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    Try creative concoctions like the Carbonara Sour, made with pork-fat-infused vodka, egg, black pepper, lemon juice and simple syrup.
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    At this unpretentious cafe local bands and D.J.s often perform amid the cool vintage décor on weekends.
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    A cobblestone courtyard and carved-stone fountain flank the entrance to this prestigious gallery, which moved to its current spacious new location last year.
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    The blood-red walls of Dorothy Circus Gallery showcase surrealist Pop Art.
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    Quartiere Coppedè is a curious quarter marked by beautiful Art Nouveau palazzi whose whimsical towers and ornate facades look plucked from a fairy tale.
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    Midcentury furniture mingles with marble sculptures at the J.K. Place Roma, a 30-room hotel that opened in 2013.
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    Pull a wooden stool up to the bar and order a glass of Sicilian red from Occhipinti or an IPA from Birra del Borgo.
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    In a 17th-century palazzo in Rome's historic center, D.O.M is a luxurious hotel with 24 rooms and suites that opened in late 2013.
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    A tiny take-away shop owned by the master pizzaiolo Gabriele Bonci. The constantly changing choices skew toward the unconventional, like roasted zucchini with ricotta.
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    The thin-crusted, Roman-style pizzas here are so thin and light they’re nearly translucent.
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    A former thermoelectric power plant is now a museum housing ancient sculptures and artifacts from the Capitoline Museums. Most striking are the main exhibition spaces where milky-white marble sculptures stand in contrast to the hulking black equipment.
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    At a recent meal, beef tartare was a gustatory revelation after the addition of an eggy Parmigiano cream, porcini mushrooms and fried quail egg.
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