Party Earth Review Located a few steps from the Piazzale Michelangelo, Caffè la Torre is a chic café and lounge perfect for a pre-club rendezvous. The café’s patio is a buzzing social hangout on summer evenings as groups gather around tables... ... read full review
Lungarno Benvenuto Cellini, 65/r
055 680 643
Oltrarno, Florence –
Located a few steps from the Piazzale Michelangelo, Caffè la Torre is a chic café and lounge perfect for a pre-club rendezvous.
The café’s patio is a buzzing social hangout on summer evenings as groups gather around tables to sip cocktails and admire the scenic views of the Arno River.
The sleek and modern interior consists of two rooms where the city’s trendy crowd enjoys a bite to eat and a bottle of wine, lit by the vivid shades of pink and yellow light that emanate from the bar and give the room the look of an upscale, abstract art show.
Photographs framed by pink polka dots decorate the walls of the adjacent lounge, while waitresses dressed in contrasting black complete Caffè la Torre’s artistic vibe.
Despite the appeal of the interior décor, it’s hard to ignore the hopping outdoor patio frequented by hip young Italians in crisp designer jeans and elegant dresses.
With the pumping music, upbeat atmosphere, and constant laughter and conversation rising from the tables, Caffè la Torre is a great place to gather momentum for a long night on the town.
Young, hip, and attractive locals, 20s and 30s.
Light club music and frequent live acts.
Crêpes and desserts. Aperitivo buffet served 7–9:30pm, includes salads, pasta, and vegetable plates. Late-night menu offers mostly appetizers and snacks.
Appetizers €10, crêpes and desserts €5–€8. Aperitivo buffet €0–€2. Beer and wine €5, cocktails €8.