We stayed three days in Florence and visited Bar Pitti every day. The staff was so friendly and we enjoyed the meals and drinks. We felt like part of their family.
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Walking from the Ponte Vecchio to the Palazzo Pitti you come upon the a series of side walk cafe's, right in front of the Pitti, that intice you to eat. The Bar Pitti is the first you see and if you are peckish you may...More
Just returned from our third City break in Florence. We just had to return to the Bar Pitti, which is situated opposite the Pitti Palace and Boboli Gardens, again we weren't disappointed, we were welcomed by the lovely CINZIA who looked after our every needs....More
We have been here twice. First time was a lovely sunny day and we had cakes and coffee outside, both very nice with friendly speedy service. We enjoyed it there and decided to go back, but the second time was a colder day so we...More
Been travelling through Italy for 2 weeks and this place is by far the worst place we've eaten at. Didn't think it was possible to get bad pizza in Italy until we ate here. Tasted like cheap frozen pizza. Wife could not stomach her ham...More
We stopped for a quick lunch .... but the service was so slow... they forgot my order.... we ask for the bill even that took ages to come.... we keep asking for the food.... they answer yes is coming.... the food was ok ..... portions...More
After seeing the Pitti Palace, my wife and I stopped here for a quick lunch. As it was raining we sat inside, which was a small dinning room, with seating for about 20 with a lot of charm. We both had Panninis (for a very...More
Great location for snacks and drinks. The place was buzzing each time passed so we felt the need to stop and have a beer or prosecco. Very nice pleasant staff, great to chat with and find out local useful information.
We stopped here on our walk to Pitti P--needed some wine after day's train ride from 5T. Beppi from Brazil waited on us with a flourish. He was great! Wine list by glass limited but ok. (5E per glass.) Free bread, cheese, ham sandwich hors...More