Relatively new entry into the growing Rome hip continental scene, Geroa (near Piazza Zama in San Giovanni) is more tavern than a restaurant and offers an array of Basque specialities, including lomo (cured pork loin) and chorizo (spicey sausage). Red and white Basque wines are available, so is cider. You can play “Parchís,” the traditional Basque game. Geroa also doubles as a photo and art gallery, an increasingly popular city trend. Closed in August.
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