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Apr 18, 2011
When visiting Florence, you'll want to take part in the unique coffee culture which has been central to Italian life for about 400 years and remains a central aspect of daily life. Even the Italian version of Survivor provides contestants with coffee making supplies.
Jan 11, 2011
Florence has some of the most extraordinary museums in the world. Florence museums display art ranging from gardens to classic paintings and can take a lifetime to explore but will amaze you in a minute.
Dining in Florence
Can you smell that delicious aroma in the air? No matter where you are in the city, the scents drifting from Florence restaurants will have your stomach grumbling and mouth watering.
There are numerous and diverse options for dining in Florence; you’ll find whatever dish you want, whether you know what it is at the time or not. From the classic pizza to pasta coated in tasty sauces to international delights, dining in Florence is an experience you shouldn’t miss.
Find the best restaurants, both local and more well-known, to satisfy your cravings.
8 Restaurants in Florence
Hotel Londra Florence Via Iacopo da Diacceto, 24, 50123, Florence, Italy
Dine at One, and be impressed by the chef's blend of classical Tuscan cuisine, and fresh seafood. This restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so you can enjoy One any time of the day.
Trattoria 4 Leoni
Via de'Vellutini, 1r, Piazza della Passera, Florence , Italy
Enjoy all of your favorite Mediterranean dishes at Trattoria 4 Leoni. The restaurant is off of the main streets in Florence, so guests can enjoy a quiet, and delicious dinner.
Trattoria La Casalinga
via dei Michelozzi, 9, Florence, Italy
Come to Trattoria La Casalinga to experience a local, and tourist favorite. Not only will you find some of the best and freshest food in Florence, but the prices are very affordable as well.
via del Proconsolo, 16r, Florence, Italy
For a unique dining experience, go to Alle Murate. The food is presented beautifully, and compliments the art on the walls. The ceiling is very low in some places, and guests have to duck under arches to get to secluded dining areas. An extensive wine list is provides, and servers will help guests pair the best wines to their dishes.
Via A. del Verrocchio 8/r, Santa Croce, Florence, Italy
Come to Cibreo, a Tuscan restaurant that many Florentine locals claim is the best in the city. There are no menus here, but the multilingual wait staff will steer you toward a perfect meal.
Via Rosina, 2 50123 Florence, Italy
Experience true Tuscan hospitality at Mario, a family fun eatery with a cafeteria feel. Food is rustic and delicious, and the seating arrangement all but guarantees you'll meet new people during your meal.
Via Del Georgofili 11Red 50122, Florence, Italy
Go to Ora d'Aria to taste modern twists on Florentine classics. Talented young chefs have spun Tuscan staples into contemporary works of culinary art, and the setting across from an old prison gives this restaurant a surreal setting.
Borgo Pinti, 12 50121 Florence, Italy
Come to La Giostra for a trendy atmosphere and delicious Tuscan cuisine. The menu here is always changing, and the wait staff is eager to help you put together the perfect dish.