When you arrive at Monti Home you’ll find a booklet with lots of information about the neighborhood, including where to eat, shop and get essentials like morning cappucino, afternoon gelato and an early evening glass of wine.

In the kitchen you’ll find the basics like olive oil, vinegar, salt, pepper and other sundries. But if you’d like to find a little more when you arrive, or are interested in joining me on a Food Tour, just let me know.

  • Breakfast Basket: Milk, bread, coffee, tea, jam, cereal and butter, fresh fruit.
  • Aperitivo Basket: White wine, red wine, prosecco, assorted cheeses, crackers, olives.
  • Lunch Basket: Bread, cheese, mozzarella, prosciutto, tomatoes, olives.
  • Dinner: Would you like a cook to come to the apartment and prepare a meal for you? Just let me know, and I’ll happily arrange it.
  • Culinary Itinerary: I’m happy to prepare a culinary itinerary during your stay. Based on your sightseeing itinerary I can plan out where you’ll have lunch, dinner and everything in between.
  • Culinary Tours of Rome : I am a freelance journalist and lead foodie tours of Rome. Visit my blog for more information.
  • Cooking Classes: I lead fun, food-packed food workshops in my studio, right across the street from Monti Home. Visit my web site to find out more.
  • Eat Italy : I’ve written a best selling app, where you’ll fine everything you need to know about making your stay in Rome as delicious as it can be. The app is available  is called EAT ITALY, and is available on iTunes.
  • I have also written a book you might find helpful in planning your trip: Eating Rome: Living the Good Life in the Eternal City. And if you are going elsewhere you can use Eating My Way Through Italy

Prices upon request.