Reviewed by Emilia G.
"My Take: Piazza Beccaria, one of the less touristy piazzas in Florence, is a fairly large piazza just outside of the historical center of the city. Th ..." more
Party Earth Review The Fish Pub’s fish store façade and fishing décor may be amusing, but the main focus at this popular bar is less on ambiance and more on the rowdy patrons, daily Happy Hour, and free buffet. Although the clientele is largely English speaking, the lack of a cover charge attracts a relatively diverse mix of people who wander ... more
Piazza del Mercato Centrale, 44/r
Party Earth Review Situated on the corner of the bustling Via de’ Benci is the stylish Moyo, an elegant bar that draws a hip and attractive pre-club clientele. The sleek décor reflects the simple Florentine style, with high ceilings and beige walls offset by glossy black tables and high-backed chairs, while a concave hardwood bar adds a touch ... more
Via de’ Benci, 23r
Party Earth Review Patrons looking for a dynamic bar scene will find it at The Lion’s Fountain, a lively venue that brews up some quality entertainment for its clientele of college students and English-speaking travelers. Named for the lion-headed fountain built into the wall across from the bar, the pub features a typical Irish décor of ... more
Borgo Albizi, 34r
Party Earth Review Creativity runs wild at Angie’s Pub, an artsy and alternative watering hole with the abstract aesthetic of a lounge and the rowdy vibe of a neighborhood pub. Bottles of liquor perched on old and slanting wood mantles provide an air reminiscent of a Wild West saloon, while indie art murals, newspaper clippings, Polaroid ... more
Via dè Neri, 35r
Party Earth Review A Happy Hour hotspot for a chic crowd, Negroni is not only a historical piece of Florence’s identity – after all, it was here that the famous Negroni cocktail was invented – but also a modern manifestation of the city’s international character. Besides the diverse clientele that hails from all over the globe, the bar is ... more
Via dei Renai, 17/r
Reviewed by Shelby G.
"My Take: The lining of Piazza della Repubblica is dotted with a delectable assortment of tiny cafes, each adding their own flair to the magnificence o ..." more
Piazza Della Repubblica, 28
Reviewed by Stefano V.
"If you're here, it means you are able to travel back in time and you can see the majesty of one of the Italian Renaissance center. After admiring the ..." more
Party Earth Review One of Florence’s most famous landmarks, Ponte Vecchio (Old Bridge) is a structural masterpiece that has been home to merchants and traders since at least 1345 – though the medieval butcher shops have since been replaced by jewelers, art dealers, and souvenir sellers. While hordes of tourists pack Ponte Vecchio during the ... more
Party Earth Review Located in the heart of the Santa Maria Novella neighborhood, Space Electronic is one of the city’s most well-known clubs and is popular with an international and local clientele of university students. The club consists of a large downstairs area, which is used as a karaoke lounge until midnight and which features a long ... more
Via Palazzuolo, 37r