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  Grocers' Shops and Delicatessens in Florence, Italy  

I formaggi di Giulia
Via V. Emanuele II 2/r (on the corner of Via XX Settembre).

Giorgio Bartolozzi won't mind at all if we call him old-fashioned: his honesty, helpfulness and dedication to his trade all seem to belong to another era. Every summer he gives up part of his much-deserved holiday to tour Italy in search of rare and special cheeses. Whether Tuscan pecorino or Pasubio, Caporetto or Burrata, Bra or Gorgonzola imperiale they are all quite superb. The cold meats and salami are equally good.

Via Tornabuoni, 64/r.

Luxury delicatessen. Lots of tasty delicacies, including delicious sandwiches to eat at the bar with a flute of white wine. .

Via dello Studio, 26/r.

Supermarket style, but with an old-fashioned and gentlee atmosphere. They stock absolutely everything.

Via del Parione 19/r.

A grocer's shop wich produces delicious hot meals at lunch time.

Via Borgo Santissimi Apostoli, 24/r.

Fabulous delicatessen and specialities with a quite unique choice of salami and cheeses.

Friggitoria Luisa
Via S. Antonino, 50/r.

One of the few surviving "deep fry" shops with a wide choice of tasty nibbles.

Caseificio Salicella
Via Madonna della Quercia, 23/b.

Bufala mozzarella (the very best) and a wide range of cheeses and top quality produce from Lucca And Campania.

Via Panicale, 19/r.

There are wonderful marble basin for the stockfish to soak in, while the dried fillets hang from the ceiling. Anchovies, herring, rice and beans are all available here. The shop opened in the early years of this century and offers an amazing variety of goods.

Via dei Neri 5/r.

The counter is filled with tempting delicacies.

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