If you are in the mood of something out of the ordinary, a place where you will find only locals. These are the places for you. With true Tuscan goodness and the quality of each fresh ingredient to match. I' Cche' c'è c'è is owned by Gino Noci, who has trained many chefs around the world in the Italian cuisine. The meal is exquisite and full of feeling and emotion. You can tell how much he loves his work.
Fiaschetteria Nuvoli has a rather loyal crowd that frequents every day for lunch. They serve fresh and filling pasta dishes. They also have delicious panini that you can create yourself. Like Vinaino di Parte Guelfa, they welcome you very kindly to enjoy their specialty prosciutto and mortadella. Their is a reason these places are off the beaten path. We want to keep them a secret.
Le Volpe e L'uva located near Palazzo Pitti in a tiny piazza, they offer you a secluded gathering place. A large bruschetta with a delicious and refreshing glass of wine, you are set for a lovely afternoon. La Gabbia allows you to relax even more with a specialty tea and some cakes or cookies. This space is very cozy with books all over the walls for your browsing pleasure.
These places are not easily found. You must really want to get lost when you find are in the mood for something special and divine. They give off a sense of authenticity of the Italian lifestyle as well. Enjoy getting lost and eating in a secluded corner of the city.
Via del Parione 43/45/R
Family-run restaurant with quality service and conversation... read more
Via Cavour 88
Where you are personally tended to... read more
Via Val di Lamona, 6
Ask Luca and Leonardo what they suggest... read more
Via de' Macci 113r
At the corner of Via Pietrapiana
Via Isola delle Stinche, 11r
Via dell'Isola delle Stinche 9r
Piazza de Rossi, 1r
Piazza Ghiberti, 5-6/r
Like eating homemade food, fresh and delicious...
Via Magalotti 11r
Just east of Via Proconsolo, 2 blocks from the Arno