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Caffè Lietta

Caffè Giacosa on the corner of Via della Spada and Via Tornabuoni does not bear the name, but preserves the subsequent legacy, style and imprint of the family. Now a new Florentine must-see, Caffè Lietta - named after the artist Lietta Cavalli, sister of the designer Roberto and an icon of experimental fashion of the Seventies and Eighties - with its 150 square metres of surface area, 45 seats and an open workshop in the loft above the rooms, has a 12-metre counter, designed to respond to different moments of the day: from breakfast, with a dessert department supplied by the pastry shop on the upper floor, to lunch, with a space for gastronomy and express preparations, to the cafeteria and bar department, for coffee breaks and aperitifs. To order the grandmother's cake or the "pirulo", a special pudding with short pastry filled with ricotta cheese, available in different variations according to the seasons (fresh apple, gianduia cream, busco fruits).

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