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Florence restaurants - any dont miss or change some?

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We have booked in Florence three different restaurants, based off TA and other reviews.

Antica Trattoria "da Tito" dal 1913
L'Osteria di Giovanni
Enoteca Pitti Gola e Cantina, Owners Dinner

Any suggestions? Any dont miss restaurants in Florence? We want to have 1 upscale nice dinner. The dinner with the owner at Enoteca Pitti Gola e Cantina is 140 euros per person, which includes around 9 small plates and wine.

We really love food & wine and want a good experience. I am open to Michelin star restaurants, but the ones in Florence seem to be in the 200+ euros per person without wine, etc.

Any suggestions will help! Thanks so much!

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