Tuscany Restaurants

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  • 1. Antonio Mattei

    $ | Italian

    Prato's biscotti (literally "twice-cooked" cookies) have an extra-dense texture, lending themselves to submersion in your caffè or vin santo...Read More

  • 2. Bargilli

    $ | Italian

    Cialde, a local specialty, are circular wafers made with flour, sugar, eggs, and almonds from Puglia. The Bargilli family has been serving...Read More

  • 3. Cantina Nardi

    $ | Italian

    It's open only for lunch and it's well off the beaten path (even if it is in the center of Livorno's shopping district), but getting here is...Read More

  • 4. Gelateria Veneta

    $ | Italian

    This place makes outstanding gelato, sorbet, and ices (some sugar-free). They prepare their confections three times a day, using the same recipes...Read More

  • 5. Bar Cantini

    $ | Italian

    This social hub for San Miniatans serves wonderful panini made with bread baked on-site. You can eat any of this seated at tables with a most...Read More

  • 6. Blend

    $ | Italian

    Blend is open 10 am to 10 pm (after most places are closed) and serves sandwiches, pasta, and creative salads. It's on a quiet little piazza...Read More

  • 7. Bottega di Cacio

    $ | Italian

    Lots of shaded outdoor seating makes this a pleasant place for lunch on a warm day. Pecorino cheese, spicy salami, and grilled vegetables sott...Read More

  • 8. Caffe degli Artisti

    $ | Café

    If you need a break from sightseeing, this is a pleasant place to stop for a cappuccino, sandwiches at lunchtime, or the array of appetizers...Read More

  • 9. Caffè dei Costanti

    $ | Italian

    Outdoor seating on Arezzo's main pedestrian square and a tasty range of chef's salads (named after the servers) make this a very pleasant spot...Read More

  • 10. Ciuste

    $ | Italian

    Come here for a finely crafted sandwich (they have 18 different varieties on the menu), or something more substantial like the crostone ai...Read More

  • 11. Da Badò

    $ | Italian

    This is the best place in town to eat traditional food elbow-to-elbow with the locals. Da Badò is family-run, with Lucia in the kitchen and...Read More

  • 12. Da Padellina

    $ | Italian

    Locals don't flock to this restaurant on the outskirts of Strada in Chianti for the art on the walls, some of it questionable, most of it kitsch...Read More

  • 13. Enoteca Baldi

    $ | Wine Bar

    Sample the local vino while satisfying your appetite with simply prepared and presented bruschetta, soups, and pastas. In summer a few tables...Read More

  • 14. Enoteca Fuoripiazza

    $ | Italian

    Detour off Greve's flower-strewn main square for food that relies heavily on local ingredients (like cheese and salami produced nearby). The...Read More

  • 15. Il Grappolo Blu

    $ | Italian

    Any one of this restaurant's piatti tipici (typical plates) is worth trying: the local specialty, pici all'aglione (thick, long noodles...Read More

  • 16. L'Angolo di Sapia

    $ | Italian

    A short and simple set menu that changes with the seasons is one of the reasons to eat here; the other is the sweeping view from the terrace...Read More

  • 17. La BotteGaia

    $ | Wine Bar

    Jazz plays softly in the background as patrons sip wine at rustic tables in rooms with exposed brick-and-stone walls. In warm weather you can...Read More

  • 18. La Cantinetta di Rignana

    $ | Italian

    On Sunday afternoon this old-fashioned farmhouse-esque trattoria is teeming with lively Italian families. Grilled meats are the specialty of...Read More

  • 19. La Torre

    $ | Italian

    You can enjoy straightforward Tuscan fare in the massive tower at the abbey's entrance, or, when it's warm, on a flower-filled terrace. The...Read More

  • 20. La Torre di Gnicche

    $ | Italian

    Wine lovers shouldn't miss this wine bar/eatery, just off Piazza Grande, with more than 700 labels on the list. Seasonal dishes of traditional...Read More

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