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BucaVino in Rome: Inspiration From Nonna's Old Recipes

Behind BucaVino Restaurant are two siblings, Andrea and Francesca Romana Palmieri. They are the engines of the restaurant who keep the place running smoothly with an equal division of territories, Andrea, the chef, in the kitchen while Francesca, the sommelier, stays in the dining area. Prior to the opening of the restaurant in 2007 both didn't have anything to do with the food sector. Andrea studied to be a doctor then he stepped into the role of a financial broker. Francesca instead went to Academy of Cinematography and Television and over the weekends worked in a restaurant, the same one that she and her brother now own.

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