This peculiar, and successful, fusion of Paris and Florence opened in the increasingly buzzy streets around the Mercato di Sant’Ambrogio in 2013. There’s a Parisian feel to the decor, with whitewashed walls, olive-green banquettes, French dressers, and wooden bistro furniture. The menu marries France and Florence, too: Begin, say, with a seasonal risotto, then follow it with kidneys in a mustard sauce. The drinks list takes its beers as seriously as its wines; ask for advice on pairing Tuscan microbrew labels like Monte Amiata and Piccolo Birrificio Clandestino with your primo and secondo.
Via de’ Macci 77
Our Rating Neighborhood Near Santa Croce Hours Tues–Sun 12:30–2:30pm and 7:30–10:30pm Transportation Bus: C2 or C3 Phone 055-247-8326 Prices Main courses 16€–18€ Cuisine Type French/Modern Italian Web site La Brasserie
MapVia de’ Macci 77 Florence
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