This popular restaurant serves classic local cuisine, elevated a notch above the norm, alongside some more daring Tuscan specialties, such as the lampredotto trippato all fiorentina -- which, even for someone who normally steers clear of tripe, is a tasty stew -- and supremely succulent slow-cooked, milk-fed veal. The tables in the back look across to Piazza del Duomo. Service can be lackluster, but we think the food makes up for that.