Rome is one old-ass city. I was there for four days and probably sat down 1 and a half times in total. Also I didn't drink nearly enough alcohol because apparently the Italians are so cool that they don't get publicly hammered such as Americans do, so I had to behave myself. Which actually worked out, because we were so busy being ruthless tourists. Some highlights:
Armando al Pantheon, this menu would probably kill me if I lived in Rome. I would eat there every day and die from obesity and heart failure at age 36. So worth it though. Super-Space concept store for clothing that you can kind of afford and you can't get in the states. Very fashionable and edgy stuff without feeling trendy. Like a poor gal's Dover Street Market. I highly recommend! And lastly (because I'm tired of typing, not because this is all I did in Rome) you must get drinks at Bar del Fico because it's where the very beautiful and hip young Italians hang out. Have a Spritz and watch old men play chess in the courtyard nearby. Okay, final final (I just remembered this place and have to include it) there's Aromaticus. A cute little organic market and restaurant. At first I was hesitant because like WTF no pasta/cheese/meat? But we ordered this incredible potato and fresh mozzarella dish that made me so happy. Rome is great.