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A typically old school Florence trattoria, Antico Fattore is an original taste of the city's history, dating back to 1929. In this era local creatives would flock to Antico Fattore on a Wednesday to be fed by proprietor and local character Giulio. Giulio may be long gone, along with many of his historic patrons, but the convivial Antico Fattore atmosphere remains. In this old building, where an original wooden beamed ceiling remains and modern design is only of fleeting concern, guests continue to flock to enjoy lingering glasses of wine, intelligent conversation and superb Italian food. The renowned recipes have been handed down and remain as much part of the restaurant's history as past patrons…
$17 - $22
Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options
Italian, Mediterranean, Tuscan, Central-Italian
Reservations, Seating, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Wine and Beer, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service
We came here and had the wild boar pasta and the pesto pasta. We thought it was okay and the staff were perfectly friendly, but the pasta dishes were no better than you can get in a standard high st restaurant in the U.K. I...More
We absolutely fell in love with this place. Monti was our waiter and so helpful with the selection of dishes as we had 20 people in our group. Service was over the top as well as the food and wine.
If you are in Florence...More
We spent 8 days in Florence and were struggling to find a quality restaurant with exceptional service. This place happened to be across the street from where we were staying. We ended up eating there twice. Both nights we had Mattia as our waiter. He...More
Great service, waiters are friendly, attentive, communicative and absolutely into their job. Excellent customer-oriented service.
We’ve been there with the family, tried this “pearl of the Tuscan kitchen” and it was great. We have never eat such a tasty meat (roast level was- classic).
There is a rule of eating in Italy to avoid restaurants on a piazza. They are typically tourist oriented, high turnover places where the quality of the food suffers. In this little corner of Florence are three places within a block with hardly a negative...More
Just went here tonight after our tour guide suggested it. Made a 7pm reservation the morning of and was sat right away.
Had some amazing veal scallopini in a lemon sauce paired with an amazing wine that was suggested by my waiter.
Everything about the...More