Earlier this week, ROMA received a visit from Texas native, super model, and founder of the eponymous Los Angeles-based luxury fashion destination “for women by women,” Amanda Mills. That’s Amanda in the photo above (left) celebrating a friend’s baby shower at the restaurant. Here’s what she had to say about ROMA on her Facebook: “Our …

What better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day than with authentic Italian cuisine! ROMA is open for both lunch and dinner today, serving Valentine’s Day specials. Please call (713) 664-7581 to reserve.  Happy Valentine’s Day!

One of our most popular antipasti is mozzarella in carrozza, a dish invented in Naples but adopted by the Romans as one of their favorite snacks. Originally, it was a way to use up leftover mozzarella and stale bread (although we use fresh mozzarella and bread, of course). The word carrozza means carriage or coach …

Even before CultureMap restaurant critic Eric Sandler recommended our carciofi alla giudia (Jewish-style artichokes that have been smashed and fried in extra-virgin olive oil), the dish had already become a favorite of guests at ROMA. It’s one of the most popular foods that you’ll find in Rome’s ancient Jewish ghetto, a top tourist destination for …

Click here for current menus. Please call (713) 664-7581 to reserve. Saltimbocca literally means jumps in your mouth. That’s because the dish is one of Rome’s favorites: Thinly sliced, tenderized veal cutlets that have been sautéed with freshly torn sage leaves. It’s one of the dishes that Houston food critic Eric Sandler called out in …

Come get it while it’s hot! We’re serving our classic Roman DEEP-DISH pizza on a first-come-first-serve basis. And it goes fast! Please call (713) 664-7581 to reserve.

Roma is now officially open! Click here for our new menus (just posted). And please join us for classic Roman cooking and much more! We look forward to seeing you!

After a spectacular three-year run for Sud Italia, Shanon Scott’s ode to the foodways of Southern Italy, the Houston restaurateur has turned his gaze northward to the capital: Rome or Roma (ROH-mah) in Italian. “I wanted to create a casual dining experience for Houstonians,” says Shanon, “and the natural inspiration for that was Rome’s wonderful …