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Ora d'Aria

Traditional Tuscan treats at their best

A smart but schmoozy establishment, find Ora d’Aria in the central area nearby the Duomo and Uffizi gallery. Marco Stabile, a young Tuscan chef, holds the kitchen reigns, where Tuscan favourites are elevated without ever pulling out their roots. A glassed-in kitchen allows guests to watch the meal preparation, with dish standouts including monk fish breaded in basil and traditional beef tagliata with an anchovy and celery sauce. Extra points: breads are made in-house, from olive oil schiacciata to salty rosemary crackers. 


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