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Via Nerino, 10/12, Milan; Tel.: 02-86450528
This restaurant offers Lombard cuisine but also specialties from Gorizia, a town in notheast Italy on the Slovakian border: try the pappardelle con prosciutto crudo San Daniele (flat, wide pasta with mountain ham) or the pumpkin-filled ravioli flavored with truffles.
Caffe' degli Artigiani
Via dello Sprone 16r, corner of Piazza della Passera , Florence; Tel.: 055-291882
The "Artisans' Cafe" opened its doors in 1945 as a bar with a billiards table in exactly the same place where it still is today, nearly 70 years later. Artisans from the area stop in for their daily shot of espresso, while tourists linger over a sandwich, a slice of home baked cake or quiche and a fresh fruit shake in the back room. Open non-stop till 11pm, Caffe' degli Artigiani is located just a stone's throw from the most famous monuments of the Oltrarno: the Pitti palace, the Boboli gardens, and the church of Santo Spirito.
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