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Good Seafood in Rome and Florence

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I live in Colorado - yes, we get 'jet fresh' fish and seafood, but it's just not the same as it coming from the sea. I know Florence isn't close to the ocean - but much closer than Boulder!

Also, my sister is vegaquarian (or fish & chip'ocrit) - so seafood restaurants work for everyone

Anyway - does anyone have any suggestions for great, but not super expensive/formal places in either Rome or Florence?

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