Via dell'Acqua, 3, Firenze, Italy
NileGuide Expert tip:
Sunday's late in the afternoon is a perfect time to stop.
The restaurant opened after 3 twenty-something Washington-D.C. natives observed that, while Florence was teeming with Americans, the city lacked an affordable place for Sunday brunch. Thus the first diner in Florence was born in 2004. Packed with study-abroad students longing for a taste of home, the diner serves fresh and delicious pancakes, burgers, homemade muffins and omelets. With only 30 seats, this small bistro fills up fast on Sunday mornings. Also they serve muffins, bagels and Arizona Iced Tea as well. They've imported many of America's goodies to serve to the American students and tourists. The breakfasts are delicious and the burgers are even better than home. The prices are moderate.