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Brunch in Rome: Top 4 Spots to Eat Your Afternoon Away

Travelers Today       By    TravelersToday Staff Reporter

Updated: Dec 16, 2013 09:13 AM EST

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Known as the center of one of the world's most powerful civilizations ever, Rome has greatly influenced the way history was written. With the Colosseum, Pantheon, Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps under its heavy belt of magnificent historical spots, tourists can go beyond the sightseeing- and into eating their way to Italy's most loved city.

After a morning stroll and just before the next tour comes up, here's a list of the best places to grab brunch in Rome.

1. Zoc (Via Delle Zoccolette 22)

Nowadays, more and more people are gearing towards eating healthy. At Zuc, health buffs' expectations won't fall short because of the restaurant's "farm to table" ingredients.

From seasonal fruits to shrimp curry salads and baked potatoes, Zuc can satisfy anyone's craving for something fresh, delectable and guilt-free. The best thing about this restaurant is the menu changes everyday, depending on which ingredients are available.

A decent meal would cost you just around $40 and their brunch hours are on Saturdays and Sundays from 12 noon to 3:30 p.m

2. Babette (Via Margutta 1)

If brunch hunters want a dose of art and food, Babette is one of the best places to be. Diners can enjoy croissants and doughnuts as well as magnificent artworks hung all over the restaurant.

Led by renowned chef Silvia Sallorenzo, no hungry tourist will leave Babetter unsatisfied.

3. Bakery House

For diners who have a major craving for American brunch, Bakery House is the city's best place to get stuffed in.

Omelettes, pancakes, French toast or even bacon and eggs, Bakery House has got everything an American palette wants for brunch. It's also SOP for them to serve customers both American coffee and a classic OJ.

This place isn't only superb with their food. Bakery House is quite affordable as well, setting you back a mere $11 for a full meal.

4. Bocca di Dama (Corso Trieste, 157)

If tourists want a classic Italian brunch with wine and brocoletti, lasagna or meatballs, then Bocca di Dama is the best bet.

A quaint bakery lushed with minimal and neutral interiors, the restaurant can get pretty packed, which is why reservations are highly recommended.

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