Tuscany Restaurants

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  • 1. La Solita Zuppa

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    The name means "the usual soup," but there's hardly anything usual about the soups on offer—as wait staffers often explain, this restaurant is committed to...Read More

  • 2. La Taverna Etrusca

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    Elaborately prepared Tuscan fare is served at this elegant restaurant on Sovana's central square. For your starter, try the tortino di pecorino maremmano con miele...Read More

  • 3. Osteria Sette di Vino

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    Tasty dishes based on the region's cheeses are the specialty at this simple and inexpensive osteria on a quiet, pleasant, central square. Try versions of...Read More

  • 4. Da Badò

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    This is the best place in town to eat traditional food elbow-to-elbow with the locals. Da Badò is family-run, with Lucia in the kitchen and...Read More

  • 5. Da Padellina

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    Locals don't flock to this restaurant on the outskirts of Strada in Chianti for the art on the walls, some of it questionable, most of...Read More

  • 6. Enoteca Fuoripiazza

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    Detour off Greve's flower-strewn main square for food that relies heavily on local ingredients (like cheese and salami produced nearby). The lengthy wine list provides...Read More

  • 7. Il Grappolo Blu

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    Any one of this restaurant's piatti tipici (typical plates) is worth trying, though the local specialty, pici all'aglione (thick, long noodles served with sautéed cherry...Read More

  • 8. Il Grottino

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    It's small, but the very cheery staff is only too happy to provide you with wonderful plates of typical Tuscan food. The kitchen stays open...Read More

  • 9. L'Ostricaio

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    Locals crowd into this tiny place with a lovely view at lunch and dinner to feast on treats from the sea. Antipasti such as raw...Read More

  • 10. La Prosciutteria

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    The very unassuming decor (wooden tables, wooden chairs) sets the scene for terrific Tuscan food. Though there's not a truffle dish to be found on...Read More

  • 11. La Vecchia Cucina di Soldano

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    This place could be mistaken for a grandmother's kitchen—it's completely unpretentious, with red-and-white-checked tablecloths and a waitstaff who treat you like an old friend. The...Read More

  • 12. Osteria Il Grattacielo

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    If you're wiped out from too much sightseeing, consider a meal at this hole-in-the-wall restaurant where locals congregate for a simple lunch over a glass...Read More

  • 13. Osteria Le Panzanelle

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    Silvia Bonechi's experience in the kitchen—with the help of a few precious recipes handed down from her grandmother—is one of the reasons for the success...Read More

  • 14. Prètto

    $ | Città

    This one-room "prosciutteria" opens late in the morning and closes late at night; pork products in their various incarnations are served up in salads and...Read More

  • 15. Trattoria Papei

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    The menu hasn't changed for years, and why should it? This place has been in the Papei family for three generations, and they know how...Read More

  • 16. Trattoria la Faggiola

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    It's only seconds away from the Leaning Tower, which probably explains the "No Pizza" sign written in big letters on the blackboard outside. Inside, another...Read More

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