Rome’s De Mauro family, who have crafted chocolates for other companies since 1923, launched their first private label, S.A.I.D., two years ago—and recently began exporting their excellent bars to the U.S. (from $6 for 7 oz at DiPalo; 212-226-1033). Last year, they opened B-Said, a café inside their Roman factory, decorated with antique chocolate molds, and a glassed-in bistro serving savory dishes like lasagnetta with speck and asparagus (Via Tiburtina 135; 011-39-06-446-9204). —Elizabeth Helman Minchilli