We stopped here for a few glasses of house wine after dinner. The service was excellent and the wine was tasty and cheap.
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This bar was across the street from our holiday rental and we popped in on a number of occasions. Friendly staff and a really authentic local bar. We had some great cocktails from the limited menu. Excellent Hot Chocolates for the kids. Some great night...More
Full of locals & priced accordingly e.g. a panini 3 euros. Well worth seeking out, food was good and has an unusual interior. Wish I 'd tried one of their salads!
This was exactly what we were looking for: speedy service, decent cup of coffee and fresh croissants. The cafe is dark and cool, a nice break from the summer heat. Unless they bathe us incorrectly, it was €10 for 5 coffees and 3 croissants!
They took our order and then forgot about us. When we reminded them, they were surly. The food, when it finally came, was mediocre. A napkin or serviette would have been appreciated.
The Caffe Megara was right downstairs from where we were staying and was a good spot to pick up sandwiches or have coffee or a beer/wine. We actually made a dinner of it one night. Along with your drink you could have free crostini. There...More
Nice small cafe with good atmosphere. This was our first place to stop in Florence. The chianti helped to take the edge off of traveling all day. Originally intended to go to nearby restaurant but they didn't open untill 7 & it was 5. Our...More
This was our neighbourhood cafe, and once we'd tried it on the first morning, we just kept on coming back. Great ambience, slightly grungy, retro music, retro TV channels, cool and friendly staff and most important of all - good coffee. Busy little place with...More