This house belonged to the Cenci family in the 1600s. Beatrice was beheaded for killing her father who abused her. Although public sympathy abounded for Beatrice, the pope had her beheaded, some say, so that the church could seize the family fortune. (From Trip Advisor.)
Below is their entrance. Then you go up one flight of stairs. One story was even a challenge at this point in our day.
seated across from us.
fillet of cod, and zucchini flowers, as well as typical Roman cuisine of Tonnarelli pasta (with cheese and pepper), spaghetti carbonara (with cheese, egg, pancetta / Italian bacon), bucatini all'amatriciana (red sauce, pork jowl, chili flakes), and oxtail stew. There were also lots of veggies for the three veg heads in our group.
Here are some photos of our plates today. Not sure what this first one was.
This lady lived across the street from the restaurant. If I lived here I would way 500 pounds within a week.
We got back to the hotel about 15:00. Dinner was on our own. Mike could not take another step, but I was anxious to continue the wander on my own.