Florentines liked to grab a quick bite to eat at this narrow little sandwich shop near the Uffizi and now, too, does everyone else: word is out, the lines are long, and clog the street. A handful of stools offer places to perch while devouring one of their very fine sandwiches; most folks, however, simply grab a sandwich, pour themselves a glass of inexpensive wine in a paper cup (more serious wines can be poured into glasses), and mingle on the pedestrians-only street
in front. If porchetta (a very rich, deliciously fatty roasted pork) is on offer, don't miss it. They also offer first-rate primi, which change daily.
Via de' Neri 65, Florence, 50123, Italy