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I have always defaulted to Colle Bereto or the Frescobaldi wine bar for a good cantina. Anyone have any other suggestions?

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  1. No, but I'll be there in two weeks, so thanks for those names. Can you give me a clue to addresses?

    1. There is a great wine bar across the Arno, Le Volpi e l'Uva (The Foxes and the Grapes), in Piazza dei Rossi 1r, which is behind P. S. Trinita'. It is incredibly small, but has great glasses of wine for 3-6 euro. Afterward, go to Casalinga on Via dei Michelozzi 9r for incredibly cheap, amazing food.

      1. Thanks. Our grant allows $50 a day per person for food & drink - "incredibly cheap and amazing" will help make the most of it.

        1. I second Le Volpi e l'Uva! And my all means, have the Tomino!
          You won't regret it!!

          1. My favorite meal in Italy (I went back twice to this resto) was in Florence at a wine bar named Coquinarius. It is not far from the Duomo. I found it in the Time Out guide for Florence.

            http://www.florence.ala.it/coquinar/

            http://www.divinacucina.com/code/duom...