Every night feels like party night at one of central Florence’s rare genuine neighborhood trattorias. (For that reason, it’s usually packed—book ahead.) The dishes are classic Florentine, with a few modern Italian curveballs: Start, perhaps, with the risotto con piselli e guanciale (rice with fresh peas and cured pork cheek) before going on to a traditional grill such as lombatina di vitella (veal chop steak). The neighborhood location, a 10-minute walk north of San Lorenzo, and a mixed clientele keep quality very consistent.