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Santa Croce
10 reviews
Michelin-starred Pinchiorri is frequently described as Italy’s finest restaurant and it has one of Europe’s best stocked cellars with over 80,000 bottles. — DK Eyewitness
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Duomo & Piazza della Signoria
6 reviews
The restaurant, so named because the long, vaulted space once housed a carousel, is a perfectly straightforward restaurant owned and run by Prince Dimitri and Soldano d'Asburgo Lorena. — Travel + Leisure
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Santo Spirito / San Frediano
9 reviews
Ever popular since its 2002 debut, this well-placed Oltrarno diner pitches the old wooden-table, paper-placemat osteria formula at Florentine hipsters and tuned-in tourists. — Concierge
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San Lorenzo
7 reviews
Nerbone is the love child of a garage and a picnic. — Let's Go
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Duomo
8 reviews
This wine bar offers upscale dinners in intimate surroundings. — Travel + Leisure
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Uffizi
6 reviews
The young Tuscan chef at this restaurant boasts experience acquired in some of the region's best addresses. — Michelin Guide
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Duomo
7 reviews
The lively, friendly atmosphere makes the decent Tuscan home cooking taste all the better. — Concierge
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Santa Maria Novella
5 reviews
The primi are very simple: pasta in sauce, tortellini in brodo (meat-stuffed pasta in chicken broth), and zuppa alla paesana (peasant soup ribollita). — Frommer's
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San Lorenzo
6 reviews
Most of the menu is simple...ultra-cheap, classic Tuscan fare. — Concierge
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Duomo & Piazza della Signoria
7 reviews
This intimate little trattoria, known to locals as Cibreino, shares its kitchen with the famed Florentine culinary institution from which it gets its name. — Fodor's
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Pitti
6 reviews
Part of the Salvatore Ferragamo empire, this swish riverside restaurant marries a stylish cream-and-white interior with fashionable Arno views. — Lonely Planet
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Santo Spirito / San Frediano
7 reviews
Set in a former butcher's shop now kitted out in artisanal-chic style, this inventive spot specializes in contemporary cuisine...at friendly prices. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Santa Maria Novella
4 reviews
This buca (hole) is a lively restaurant filled with Florentine aristocrats chowing down on what might be the best (and most expensive) bistecca fiorentina in town. — Fodor's
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Santo Spirito / San Frediano
5 reviews
A gourmet food shop-cum-restaurant that specializes in wine and olive oil. — Rough Guide
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Uffizi
4 reviews
The moderately priced menu... consists of well-prepared standards plus innovative takes on Tuscan classics. — Rough Guide
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Uffizi
4 reviews
A buca is a cellar joint with half a dozen crowded tables serving good, seasonal Florentine fare. — Frommer's
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Santa Croce
8 reviews
The flagship of the Fabio Picchi empire, this elegant restaurant is an essential stop for anyone interested in modern Tuscan cuisine. — Lonely Planet
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San Lorenzo
3 reviews
The staff "makes you feel as though" they exist "to make you happy" remark admirers of this "commendable establishment" "off the beaten path" in the Piazza Indipendenza. — Zagat
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Duomo & Piazza della Signoria
5 reviews
Hidden between the Uffizi and Ponte Vecchio, this daytime wine bar makes a great lunch spot. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Duomo
2 reviews
This osteria features a sophisticated but social atmosphere, with well-dressed Italians and tourists sharing either the quiet front room or the more communal back room. — Zagat
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