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Restaurants - Florence, Modena, Monterosso

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Have a few questions about restaurants in Italy. E speaks Italian, so language is not much of an issue:

Florence: Would like to have an inexpensive dinner on Friday in the Piazza Republica, before heading for drinks at Gubellie Rossa where E will relive his semester abroad. Any suggestions?

Saturday is "date night." We currently have reservations at Garga, but if anyone has other suggestions for a nice dinner for two I'd love to hear them. (Moderately expensive to expensive, preferably a young, somewhat stylish crowd.)

Modena - Thinking of having lunch at Il Cavallino, as E's only requirement this trip was to visit the Ferrari museum (alas, a trip to the factory will have to wait a few years until we can afford a VIN!). Is it worth it, or is this the Planet Hollywood of cars?

Monterosso - I realize that Monterosso is essentially a tourist town, but I hope you can give suggestions as to which tourists traps have the best food.

Thanks so much for any suggestions!

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