Museo Stefano Bardini
Nineteenth-century antiquarian and art restorer Stefano Bardini amassed a small fortune and his own expansive collection of Renaissance...
Palazzo de' Mozzi
Bright white and shiny, this savvy Oltrarno bar knows exactly what its hip punters want – a relaxed, faintly industrial space to hang...
Antica Mescita San Niccolò
At just €10, the fine little Tuscan lunch buffet is the big draw at this snug trattoria, with its rustic wooden booths and beamed...
Via dei Renai 17r · interesting places nearby
Negroni shakes up cocktails galore, including its namesake invented in the 1920s, so the story goes, when Florentine Count Camillo Negroni asked the barman at Caffè Giacosa to add gin to his Americano. To make it at home: shake equal parts gin, Campari and red Martini. The clientele tends to be 30-and-up and well-heeled, and at weekends DJs get them dancing by 11pm or so.