After standing in line for 3 hours to get into the Accademia Museum to see Michelangelo's David, we were pretty hungry (and tired) when we wandered into Il Grande Nuti. We'd completely missed the traditional lunch hour, so the place was pretty quiet. It was nice to sit and get out of the rain and watch the world walk by through the open window. The food was good. Nothing remarkable, but good. However, we opted to end our meal by sharing the Tiramisu, and this was the best Tiramisu I've ever had. I'd go back the next time I'm in Florence if only for dessert.
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