Dining

Dine in Florence centre: tasting dinner with Fèlsina wines

February 28, 2018
Dine in Florence centre

On Saturday, March 10th and 24th, 2018: tasting dinners in the heart of Florence

Where to dine in Florence centre on Saturday night? The Santa Elisabetta Restaurant proposes a new appointment among the walls of the ancient tower of Pagliazza, (the oldest building still existing in Florence), near via de’ Calzaioli and at a few steps from the Duomo and Piazza della Signoria. The dinner on Saturday, March 10th and 24th, 2018 is realized in collaboration with the Farm Fèlsina Berardenga. Discover the menu of the dinner in Florence centre, created by chef Rocco de Santis and the oenological combinations of Maitre Domenico Napolitano. The menu is also available in preview on Friday March 8th and 23rd:

Little bubbly…
Franciacorta Brut Blanc de Blancs Marchese Antinori – Tenuta Montenisa
85% Chardonnay 15% Pinot Bianco

Chef’s small bites

Tasting menu

Smoked Duck Breast, Caprino Cheese, Apple Chutney and Dried Figs

Livers Ravioli, Quail, Beans and Seaweed Broth

Beef Diaphragm Pizzaiola Style and Apricot Ketchup

Ricotta Cheese and Pear

 

In combination it will be served the following wines by Farm Fèlsina Berardenga:

Chianti Classico Berardenga D.O.C.G. 2009
Farm Fèlsina
100% Sangiovese

Chianti Classico Rancia Riserva D.O.C.G. 2012
Farm Fèlsina
100% Sangiovese

Fontalloro I.G.T. 2010
Farm Fèlsina
100% Sangiovese

 

Mineral water with and without gas
Coffee

€uro 99,00 per person including wines

Reservation is recommended. The Restaurant Santa Elisabetta has only 7 exclusive tables.

For information and reservations: tel. +39.055.27370 – email: info@hotelbrunelleschi.it
Restaurant Santa Elisabetta, Piazza Santa Elisabetta, 3 – Florence
First floor of the Pagliazza Tower, inside the Hotel Brunelleschi.

The Pagliazza Tower is the oldest building still standing in the historic centre of Florence, also included in the register of Florentine historical buildings. In the 12th century it was used as a female prison, hence the name “Pagliazza”, which is derived from the straw bunks intended for the prisoners.

Every Friday and Saturday evening we wait for you with new food and wine events, always in collaboration with the best Italian and international wineries. Keep following us. Updates are always available on this magazine at the “Where to eat” section.

Dine in Florence centre

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