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.