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via Remorsella 18/a, Bologna; Tel.: 051-229279
Tomino, a local cheese, is at the center of the menu of this rustic but refined osteria. Tomino cheese is served in various ways: with ham and arugula, with pears, with mushrooms and cherry tomatoes, with honey and hazelnuts, or even mixed with raw or cooked vegetables. There are other options such as tuna carpaccio, salted beef and bresaola, plus a terrific antipasto selection and desserts made in-house. Reservations recommended.
Caffe' Concerto Paszkowski
Piazza della Repubblica, 31-35r, Florence; Tel.: 055-210236
The very un-Florentine name, Paszkowski, dates from 1904 when this place was a Polish beer hall but before that it was the Caffe' Centrale, founded in 1846. Gradually it became a literary café, the meeting place for the leaders of early twentieth century literary and artistic movements. There are both indoor and outdoor tables: Paszkowski adjoins Gilli, another well-established caffe', and it's traditional for the chanteuse to entertain the guests of both caffes with their songs.
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