Where to drink in Florence Vol.4

“Fiesta like there’s no mañana!

Where to drink


Florence unpopular kafe : A place where the combination of magic, enthralling refreshments, and glowing hospitality, all driven by the profoundest desire to enchant and delight, can trigger a genuinely florentine experience. A place where you can drink incredible cocktails and, if you are creative enough, make your own.

Via Giuseppe Verdi 9r www.fukfirenze.com


Kawaii is the italian reinterpretation of an izakaya, the typical japanese sake bar where one can consume food and drinks with friends or alone, at lunchtime or after work. Kawaii is a bar where it is possible to consume sake by the glass or by the bottle, with particular attention devoted to describing the characteristics of the beverages. The bar has about thirty types of sake which can be tasted in combination with a dish or alone.

Borgo San Frediano 8r www.kawaiifirenze.it


The ultimate location in Florence to meet for a cocktail or a yoga class surrounded by the most impeccable views of the Arno, Brunelleschi’s Dome, San Miniato, Palazzo Vecchio and Forte Belvedere. See and be seen at the magnificent “La Terrazza” Bar in Florence, a cocktail bar at the top floor of the medieval Consorti tower of the fashionable Hotel Continentale.

Hotel Continentale – Vicolo dell’Oro, 6 www.lungarnocollection.com


The Caffè Concerto Paszkowski, which features an elegant historical dining room and a large outdoor terrace with sofa chairs and a panoramic view of Piazza della Repubblica, is certainly the ideal place to enjoy cocktails and drinks. Courtesy, professionalism, and great dedication are just a few of the qualities of professional bar servers and bartenders who will be pleased to help you choose from a wide and extensive selection of cocktails. They also offer a delicious and delightful array of appetizers to accompany your drinks.

Piazza della Repubblica 35 r www.caffepaszkowski.it


Back to the 1930s: period furnishings and bar staff mixing Prohibition-era cocktails. A secret Speakeasy, where you’ll find a great attention to details to create a step back in time with 1930’s music, light retro furniture and lots of candle. The drinks here are excellent, made with passion and..a bit of mistery.

Piazza Santo Spirito |||


The glass-plated sixth-floor SE·STO on Arno, like a trasparent jewellery box, affords breath-taking views as far as the horizon on Florence, its roofs, churches, bell towers, Ponte Vecchio and the picturesque Tuscan hills as a precious frame.

The outside of the restaurant is equipped with two large terraces one dedicated to the restaurant and one to the bar. This cocktail bar provides a unique 360-degree over Florence, embracing the whole city, a cradle of the Renaissance.

Piazza Ognissanti 3 www.sestoonarno.com