If you were a newlywed billionaire honeymooning in Rome, a perfect plate of pasta or maybe some gelato may be your food of choice. Not so for Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, who is traipsing around Rome with new wife Priscilla Chan.
The New York Post reports that the two were spotted "chowing down on the cheap at the Eternal City’s Mignanelli Steps near Piazza Spagna."
Of course (and thank God), that's not all they had. Business Insider reports that the two stayed at the Portrait Suites near the Spanish Steps, had a €32 meal at Nonna Betta, ate at Pierluigi, and then toured the Vatican, Sistine Chapel, the Colosseum, and the Trevi Fountain.
What specifically did the two eat? "They shared a plate of artichoke ravioli in the center of the table. It was a very romantic scene," one restaurant owner said. In the meantime, Facebook shares dropped below $30 for the first time today.