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Alla Vecchia Bettola

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  • Italian

The name doesn't exactly mean "old dive," but it comes pretty close. This lively trattoria has been around only since 1979, but it feels...

Antico Noe

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  • Italian

If Florence had diners (it doesn't), this would be the best diner in town. The short menu at the one-room eatery relies heavily on seasonal...

Buca Lapi

  • $$$
  • Italian

The Antinori family started selling wine from their palace's basement in the 15th century. Six hundred years later, this buca (hole)...

Cantinetta Antinori

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  • Italian

After a morning of shopping on Via Tornabuoni, stop for lunch in this 15th-century palazzo in the company of Florentine ladies (and men)...

Cibrèo

  • $$$$
  • Italian

The food at this upscale trattoria is fantastic, from the creamy crostini di fegatini (a savory chicken-liver spread) to the melt-in-your...

Cibrèo Trattoria

  • $$
  • Italian

This intimate little trattoria, known to locals as Cibreino, shares its kitchen with the famed Florentine culinary institution from which...

I'Giuggiolo

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  • Italian

They call themselves an osteria-pizzeria, and certainly many Florentines come here to indulge in the sinfully rich, thin-crust pizzas...

Il Latini

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  • Italian

It may be the noisiest, most crowded trattoria in Florence, but it's also one of the most fun. The genial host, Torello ("little bull")...

Il Santo Bevitore

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  • Italian

Florentines and other lovers of good food flock to "The Holy Drinker" for tasty, well-priced dishes. Unpretentious white walls, dark...

La Casalinga

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  • Italian

Casalinga means "housewife," and this place, which has been around since 1963, has the nostalgic charm of a midcentury kitchen with...

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