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Florence and Rome restaurant suggestions for vegetarians

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My husband and I are preparing for our first ever trip to Europe (and Italy) in 10 days!!! I'm researching restaurants in Rome and Florence. We're vegetarians (no meat or seafood.. dairy is OK) but I understand it's easy to find vegetarian friendly food in Italy. I would love to get some recommendations in Piazza Navona/Campo de Fiori/Pantheon area in Rome and in near Hotel Casci/Duomo area in Florence....moderately priced.

I'm also looking for a special place to have our anniversary dinner in Rome. Any recommendations will be very appreciated.

Is it also necessary to make reservations for every single dinner or only for upscale places? What is the usual custom?

Thanks
-DS

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