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Borgo San Lorenzo restaurants

  • Ristorante Il Feriolo

    Located just on the outskirts of Borgo San Lorenzo, Il Feriolo is a local restaurant well known for its specialised dishes of local mushrooms and truffles (Tuscany’s naturally grown ‘haute cuisine’). Other than picking and preparing its own truffles, this restaurant also prepares many other traditional dishes such as the Florentine beefsteak.

    Day closed: Tuesday
    Address: Ristorante Il Feriolo
    Via Faentina, Olmo
    50032 Borgo San Lorenzo
    Tel: 055 8409928
    Web: www.ristoranteilferiolo.it

  • Ristorante gli Artisti

    Well known for its high class artistic touch and delicious menus.
    If you happen to smoke cigars you’ll also find a special ‘sitting’ room just for you!

    Day closed: Wednesday
    Address: Piazza Romagnoli A., 1
    50032 Borgo San Lorenzo
    Tel: 055 845 7707
    Web: www.gliartistiristorante.it

  • Ristorante Teatro dei Medici

    Situated in a beautiful old refurbished villa on the outskirts of Borgo San Lorenzo, this popular restaurant serves tasty Tuscany dishes. See its website for further details of this truely theatrical restaurant.

    Day closed: Monday
    Address: Località La Torre 14
    (between San Piero a Sieve and Borgo San Lorenzo)
    Tel: 055 8459876
    Web: www.teatrodeimedici.it

  • Ristorante Pizzeria La Griglia

    Situated in the centre of Borgo San Lorenzo, this restaurant specialises in fish, seafood and meat cooked over open fires especially the renowned ‘Bistecca alla Fiorentina’ well known local beefsteak.
    It also does pizza and homemade deserts.
    Closed at lunchtimes on Wednesday and Thursday

    Address: Viale Iv Novembre, 91
    50032 - Borgo San Lorenzo (FI)
    Tel: 055 8458527
    Web: www.ristorantepesce-mugello.com

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