Five fab culinary spots in Florence

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Signorvino – ravioli with a view… and try the Brunello flight
Via de Bardi, 46R
50125 Firenze
http://goo.gl/maps/gZzAr

La Divina Enoteca – well assorted spot for the oenophile near the old market
Via Panicale, 19/R
50123 Firenze
http://goo.gl/maps/mxcbw

Lo Sverso – local craft brews and biodynamic wine – near La Divina…
Via Panicale 7-9
50123 Firenze

Icche c’e c’e – a traditional back-street trattoria
Via dei Magalotti
50122 Firenze
http://goo.gl/maps/SJsdz

Sandwichic – small local deli in an old tailor’s shop – have one of their charcuterie boards, a glass of house red for next to nothing – and grab a stool outside and take it all in
Via S. Gallo, 3
50129 Firenze
http://goo.gl/maps/370O8

…and the ones that got away this time:

accà ristopizzaperitivo – closed for the holidays (alas)
Via Pisana, 120R
50124 Firenze
http://goo.gl/maps/fk6CN

Le Volpi e l’Uva – for one more bicchiere…
Piazza dei Rossi
50125 Firenze
http://goo.gl/maps/ziqu6

+ more of the many interesting places on Piazza Santo Spirito – a squareful of less touristy – and seemingly worthwhile establishments. Also, an Eataly, whichever city it is in, is generally worth a brief visit. The Firenze one is here.

…and last but not least, here’s a wortwhile culinary app for you:

http://planet.slowfood.com/

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Three culinary spots in Milano

Ratanà – the home of larger-than-life chef Cesare Battisti (and some worthhile photography too)
Via Gaetano de Castillia, 28,
IT-20124 Milano
http://goo.gl/maps/cpFsE

Fonderie Milanesi – *literally* a hidden gem (keep going through the courtyard)

Via Giovenale
IT-720136 Milano
https://goo.gl/maps/c84uM

Il Mercato del Duomo – giving Eataly a run for its money? 
Piazza del Duomo
IT-20121 Milano
https://goo.gl/maps/O153g

Also, if you are attending EXPO2015, be sure to stop by the Slow Food Pavillion. Enjoy. 

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