A popular pizzeria with marble tables and outdoor seating that serves crispy wood fired pizza in Trastevere.
Ai Marmi is a lively traditional Roman pizzeria filled with long marble tables (marmi means “marble” in Italian) that are pushed together in rows to accommodate the crowds that flock to this Trastevere institution for crispy thin pizza. Find a table to the left of the dining room as you enter in order to have a better view of the pizzas being expertly slipped into the wood fire oven. Once seated, give in to the old-school typography advertising supplí al telefono and order the fried rice and mozzarella balls to enjoy as a pre-pizza appetizer.
Time Out tip: Don’t even think about splitting a pizza here! One pie per person please, but trading slices is totally acceptable.
|Venue name:||Pizzeria Ai Marmi|
Viale di Trastevere, 53