Restaurants in Tuscany

David Cicconi

Hold onto your hats: architecturally, this is the most stunning winery in Italy, perhaps the world. Visible as a mere slit in the Chianti hillside, with... Read More

The refined, double-Michelin-starred restaurant combines impeccable service with Chef Gaetano Trovato’s creative dishes (suckling pig with cabbage... Read More

Bruscetta is a big slice of Tuscan bread toasted and rubbed on both sides with garlic and doused with freshly pressed olive oil on both sides. Crostini... Read More

At the touristy but still vital Buca di Sant Antonio restaurant, lunch on grilled baby goat cooked on the spit along with an artichoke pudding. Read More

Many times a year, we hit the Tuscan coast for this magnificent Livornese fish soup. Thick and replete with a dozen different fish, squid, and shellfish... Read More

OK. So this may just be the most beautiful spot on earth. At the end of the bucolic Argentario peninsula, on the edge of Mediterranean scrub forest,... Read More

At de Bondt chocolate shop by the Arno, Paul de Bondt, congenial, long-haired, and Dutch, was one of the original leaders of Tuscany’s cioccolate... Read More

A modern, hip shop near Florence’s Ponte alle Grazie, Ditta Artigianale is the new kid on the block, founded in 2013 by an Italian barista champion. In... Read More

Oy oy, leave your calorie counter at home. Clear, well-lit pastry shop that will turn your arteries into solids, Dolce Pisa is a stone’s throw from the... Read More

In Lucca's Piazza San Giovanni, across from the plaza's cathedral, is a small wine bar, Enoteca Calasto, which prides itself on both its wine and its... Read More

Centrally located in San Gimignano’s Piazza della Cisterna, Gelateria di Piazza has won awards for its owner’s (Sergio) creations. Taste unique flavors... Read More

Nothing tastes better on a hot Siennese afternoon then a delicious gelato. A bit off the path from the touristy haunts (but near the Bascilica di San... Read More

Pienza, a small hill-town of 2,000 and counting, holds more than just amazing views. It holds one fantastic gelato shop. Off one of the main roads,... Read More

Golden View Open Bar sits right next to the Arno River with a beautiful view of the water and the Ponte Vecchio. Pictures simply don't do it justice,... Read More

Firouz Galdo, an Iranian-born architect working in Rome, was brought in to create a contemporary space full of light, wood, and pewter—the whole... Read More

Our home away from home. This unpretentious trattoria specializing in fish is in the most beautiful countryside of Tuscany. The fish is always fresh ... Read More

A tiny restaurant with a delicious cecina (chickpea pancake) and thin-crust pizzas, is always first-rate. Read More

It’s no easy task creating a romantic restaurant in a city, but Il Palagio manages very well. Attached to the Four Season’s Hotel comprised of an old... Read More

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