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We saw this place on "Somebody Feed Phil" and had to come. We went on a Tuesday night and it was not crowded. They start with a buffet of dishes and everyone lines up to get what they want. The staff is there to explain...More
if you are either a tourist or a traveler, please do not miss out a treat that will stay in your mind for weeks ahead; a place where residents of firenze go to enjoy delicious food; you won't be sorry at all
We went at the teatro del sale for the first time. We did a card to be a member of the circle (membership) and the first impact was good: a traditional Wood teather with many rooms one after the other. The greatest room with big...More
We (my husband and myself) visited this spectacular yet hidden and not well known place, as recommended by the owner of our b&b, on Sunday for the unforgettable extra rich and delicious brunch. Although it is quiete reductive to call it simple a brunch, it...More
During my last weekend in Florence we're informed about this very peculiar experience: a space half theatre, half restaurant where before you eat and after you can watch a show. Overall the experience was very funny and interesting, but food it's not so exceptional. Meal...More
This is a special place, combining delicious traditional Italian cooking with music or avantgard or theatrical performance, and it is really good fun. You have to be a member, but that is easily fixed at the door or online and costs only 6 euros. The...More
I wasn't able to stay for the show but the food was amazing. I do think it could be served up more efficiently. No one was gracious and surrounded the table like a flock of pigeons around a crust of bread. With that said, I...More
As a reviewer of coffee (coffeewithgpa.com) most of my consumption related reviews are based on that subject. But I feel compelled to talk about this restaurant after a visit with my wife. There is an air of exclusivity when you walk in, you have to...More
Stop and stare at the beauty and symmetry of the Basilica of Santa Croce any time day or night. Unraveling around it are a number of architectural and artistic masterpieces, from the Synagogue to the Central National Library. As a hub for young people, the area gets busy with people who want to have fun: a continuous flow of tourists and locals become animated by songs and dances.
Response from leeba3443 | Reviewed this property |
There is a number you can call on the website. They will have all the info. There is one woman there who speaks good English but you need to request to speak with her otherwise it's very difficult to communicate.