Restaurants in Tuscany

David Cicconi

Near the romantic fishing village of Porto Ercole, in one of the world’s most striking locations, is Il Pellicano. As only an Italian can, chef... Read More

Start the day with cappuccinos and cornetti at this small café, which recently opened opposite a colorful Keith Haring street mural. Read More

White candles illuminate the communal wooden tables at the family-run L’Enoteca Marcucci, a lively wine bar and restaurant. Michele Marcucci plies... Read More

This charming restaurant-wine bar, La Bottega del Nobile, is also a wine cellar. Their curated selection holds more than 300 types of wines available... Read More

This unique Florentine café, as per the name, is part bookshop, part coffee shop. They also serve wine and cocktails so be prepared to relax and stay to... Read More

The famous Michelin-starred La Mora still keeps tradition in check after 143 years with its inventive cooking. The wine cellar is a glorious museum... Read More

Roccalbegna is a dramatically set and charming town in the south of Tuscany, and one of the regions well-kept secrets. La Pietra is another. Tiny,... Read More

The beach restaurant La Pineta may cater to Tuscan cognoscenti, but down-to-earth owner Luciano Zazzeri (a former fisherman) still gets his catch from... Read More

Inside the walls of Siena, just a few hundred yards from its famous Campo, is about as true a Tuscan food experience as you can find. The excellently... Read More

For a lunch of expertly selected cheeses and cured meats, stop at La Vena di Vino, a no-frills wine bar with barrel-vaulted cellars. The pecorino cheese... Read More

This is one of my forever favorites. Just inside the southern gate of Pienza (certainly the most idyllic medieval town in Tuscany) is a small trattoria... Read More

Never ever go anywhere near Le Bontà when you’re hungry. It is a dessert lover’s dream and a calorie counter’s nightmare. Not only does it sell... Read More

With its rough-hewn ceiling, vintage cupboard wall hangings, and 1950's furnishing, Le Chiavi d'Oro wins the prize for the region's most outlandishly... Read More

Enjoy a glass from the large wine selection at Le Volpi E L’Uva, a local hangout tucked away at Piazza de Rossi. This cozy wine bar is a pleasant spot... Read More

Marco and his wife Cinzia treat gelato as any chef would his favorite masterpiece. Using only fruits in season and limiting the sugar so as not to mask... Read More

If you come here after visiting the Antinori memorial, you’ll be re-living Charles Dicken’s The Prince and the Pauper. But the view is majestic—eleven... Read More

You want romance? I give you romance. Oreade is a restaurant named after the mythological mountain nymphs. The setting is truly another world, another... Read More

This is a sentimental favorite. It was the first place we ate in Tuscany when we came to find a house here 27 years ago. It’s where we discovered how... Read More

A classic trattoria in a 19th-century former grocer’s shop, the convivial Osteria Le Logge is owned by local celebrity Gianni Brunelli, thrice... Read More

Chefs Omar Barsacchi and Gionata d’Alessi serve Tuscan-Maremman cuisine like ravioli stuffed with pappa al pomodoro. Read More

These dishes are celebrated handmade Tuscan pastas. Pinci—hand rolled—is thick, long, and irregular. Gnocchi (made with potatoes) are little nuggets.... Read More

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