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Aperitif in Florence: try it with champagne Perrier-Jouët

October 21, 2016
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We wait for you every day at the Tower Bar of the Hotel Brunelleschi for a tasty aperitif in Florence in Piazza Santa Elisabetta in the ancient tower of Pagliazza, in the historic centre and a few steps from the Duomo.

Enjoy the specialties prepared by the chef Giuseppe Bonadonna in combination with the champagne by Maison Perrier-Jouët. This champagne is characterized by a blend based on the structure and depth of the Pinot Noir and Meunier and by a fruity and round style.

What better way to begin a magical evening in the historic centre of Florence? A happy hour in Florence inspired by the Belle Époque, with a delicious glass of Champagne Perrier-Jouët and the finger food made by our chef.

An idea to celebrate a special day in company or to enjoy pleasant moments of relaxation in a historical and elegant setting such as that of the Tower Bar of the Hotel Brunelleschi.

The cost of the aperitif with champagne is € 15.00 per person, open to external clients as well as hotel guests. The special offer is available during lunch time and in the afternoon from 12.30 to 19.30.

We also invite you to a tasting of our homemade ice cream ever made by the chef Giuseppe Bonadonna. Not to be missed!

Where to drink a good aperitif in Florence?

The Tower Bar barman is ready to delight you with the champagne Perrier-Jouët but also with other types of cocktails cleverly prepared before your eyes in the precious location of the Tower of Pagliazza, one of the oldest buildings in the city entered in the register of the Florentine historic building.

It seems that the Tower was built by the Byzantines as part of the walls of Florence, when they entered the city during the Gothic War. In the 12th century it began to be used as a women’s prison, that’s why the name “Pagliazza” that derives from the straw bedding for the prisoners.

Today, in the basement of the tower has been set up a small museum which houses also the remains of a Roman calidarium and an ancient collection of Montelupo ceramics.

Come, relax and sip one of the best aperitif in Florence in the location that inspired Dan Brown for his best seller “The Da Vinci Code” and “Inferno”. Let us inspire you!

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