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Tuscan Snack in Florence Italy

July 28, 2015
Tuscan Snack in Florence Italy

Are you looking for a special place to taste Tuscan snack in Florence Italy? We wait for you at the Tower Bar and at the Osteria della Pagliazza for a relaxing lunch break in a unique location in the Pagliazza Byzantine Tower. The Tuscan ‘Tagliere’ of Cold Cuts and Cheeses is available everyday from 12.30 to 19.30.

Discover two Slow Food presidia by the local Butcher Nutini…

“Bazzone” ham

“Biroldo della Garfagnana”

and the very tasty..
Tuscan bacon, salami and “coppa”, selection of cheeses and oiled vegetables

Will be served with hot bread “focaccia”

by
Chef Giuseppe Bonadonna

One glass of wine per person is included by the producer ‘Antinori’

Euro 15.00 per person
Minimum 2 people

For information and reservation:
tel. 055.27370 – 055 2737607 – email: info@hotelbrunelleschi.it

Discover the magic Pagliazza Tower, whose uncertain origins date back to between the sixth and seventh centuries. It is the oldest building still standing in the historical centre of Florence, in the very heart of the city and just a stone’s throw from the Duomo. According to some theories, the Tower was built by the Byzantines during the Gothic War as part of the city walls. According to others, it was built a century later by the Lombards simply as a tower-shaped home. In the twelfth century it began to be used as a women’s prison, which is why it came to be known as the “Pagliazza” (from ‘paglia’, the Italian word for straw), because of the straw bedding used by the inmates.
Tuscan Snack in Florence Italy

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