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Organic pizza in Florence

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Thu 05 Nov 2015 1:00 AM

 

ph. Marco Badiani

With numerous openings over the past few months, it’s now official: via dei Ginori has gotten its groove back. The latest of the new neighborhood spots is Simbiosi, an organic pizzeria spurning tradition and staying open all day, from 11am to 11pm. We’ve probably all craved a midday margherita, no matter how closely we may stick to Italy’s unwritten rules of lunchtime dining. And when those hunger pangs rear their heads, Simbiosi will be waiting, serving up stone-ground wholemeal pies, Tuscan and German craft beers, local organic wines, and Florentine sweets to finish.

simbiosiSticking to a strictly seasonal schedule, Simbiosi’s menu features both classics and funky combination pizzas, all of which use only the freshest and eco-friendliest ingredients. But it’s not just the pizza that will pull you back: this pizzeria has tasty cold cut platters, too.

 

A bonus? The casual-chic design, with a window out on the lively street, is perfect for people-watching, and the smiling staff and open kitchen add to the friendly, local vibe. 

 

Next time you’re pining for pizza, pop over to Simbiosi, no reservation required. All month, they’re offering a tasty lunch special: pizza and a drink will set you back only 7 euro. 

 

SimbiosiVia dei Ginori 56rTel. 055/0640115

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