C.u.c.i.n.a.

Historic Center
Kitchen + Homewares

Rome’s answer to Sur la Table, this well curated kitchen supply and tabletop shop has four locations, the most convenient in the historic center. Travelers should pass on the countertop appliances from KitchenAid and pounce instead on items like fluted porcelain bowls based on 1950s designs used in traditional trattorie, embellished glass plates inspired by vintage Baccarat, and a range of stovetop espresso-makers—from the utilitarian Bialetti brand to more high-design versions by Aldo Rossi and Alessi. Olivewood accessories and chrome gadgets also standout.

C.u.c.i.n.a.
65 Via Mario de' FioriRome, Italy
39-06/679-1275

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