There is not one perfect aperitivo place because it depends on what you want. Here are Coral’s favorite spots in Florence: “I really like Tamero’ in Santo Spirito. The food is superb and they even have handmade pasta on the buffet. Caffe Enoteca Sant’Ambrogio is a real Italian bar where you can experience a simple aperitivo of salty snacks like chips, peanuts, cold cuts and breads along with modest Italian drinks and a surprisingly good wine list (don’t expect a fancy, city chic bar).”
A great option for a high quality food and wine experience is a winebar or vinaio. Bevo Vino and Le Volpi e l’Uva are two options. Here you’ll pay for a single snack dish and choose from a wide variety of wine choices. For a superb experience, opt for a gourmet wine bar with exclusive foods from small producers. At the end of your aperitivo ritual you could even buy and take your favorite bottles with you.”
Looking for an aperitivo with a view? Choose one of the many hotel rooftop bars of Florence and enjoy the city from above.