The Food Lover's Guide to Florence: With Culinary Excursions in Tuscany

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Ten Speed Press, 2007 - Travel - 219 pages
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More than a million English-speaking visitors descend on Florence annually, but few venture beyond the usual circuit of tourist restaurants to experience authentic Tuscan cuisine. This updated guide to the best gourmet restaurants and off-the-beaten-path locales offers in-depth profiles of the spots Florentines themselves treasure. Arranged by neighborhood for easy navigation, THE FOOD LOVER'S GUIDE TO FLORENCE is the single essential companion for travelers, students, and expats.
  • The only travel guide devoted solely to the food of Florence and Tuscany, including 100 restaurant reviews and tips for everything from reading the menu to wine selection.
  • Updated with the newest ristorantes, trattorias, enotecas, gelato shops, and open-air markets.
  • Florence is the second most-visited city in the world.

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In her culinary guide, Miller, a freelance writer living in Florence, begins with the basics, noting the differences between a ristorante, osteria and trattoria; explaining the layout of the Italian ... Read full review

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About the author (2007)

EMILY WISE MILLER is a writer and editor based in Florence, Italy. She has edited many cookbooks for Williams-Sonoma and written on food, travel, and culture for the Times of London, the San Francisco Chronicle , Salon.com, and other publications.

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