Great salami, blue cheese and tomatoes panini (schiacciate) that I ate. Small place but good. Recommended
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Amazing typical street food in Florence. The best place to stop to have a quick lunch tasting excellent food and drinking wine before going to Uffizi. Prices are very convenient, but lines could get very long.
Trying to get away from the Tourist traps near the Duomo, we headed to this tiny sandwich place just a couple of blocks away. The sandwiches are very good, especially the Trippa alla Fiorentina with a good bit of chillie, and the Porchetta sandwiches. All...More
We were on a tour in Florence and turned onto a little alley-way when our guide told us that if we wanted a little bite to eat, to get something here. My sister-in-law couldn't stop talking about how flavorful and wonderful it was! We had...More
We were longing for a snack between museums somewhere removed from the crowds. On a back street, actually on Via Dante Alighieri, near Dante's home, we stumbled upon a perfect spot! Da' Vinattieri offers delectable sandwiches in a tiny shop and through a hole in...More
If you want to experience the typical Tuscany street-food and sandwiches, just head to Da' Vinattieri. The place is small but it's the cutest, they will serve you sandwiches through a small window and it would feel like going back to the past! You can...More
We are glad we found this place across the street from Dante's house. It's a hole in the wall, but totally worth finding. We absolutely loved this place. My wife ordered the #1, I had the #18. The charcuterie was beautifully made, and the combinations...More