Eataly Firenze restaurant relaunched

Introducing L’Osteria di sopra

Helen Farrell
March 2, 2016 - 17:49

Following the departure of chef Enrico Panero and three years since its opening, Eataly Firenze is relaunching its restaurant under a new name and with a new concept.

 

The outdoor terrace of Eataly Firenze The outdoor terrace of Eataly Firenze

 

From March to June, four different restaurants from four different regions of Italy will showcase their specialities at L'Osteria di Sopra, the upstairs restaurant of the via Martelli flagship store.

 

Four different restaurants from four different regions of Italy will showcase their specialities at L'Osteria di Sopra.

Open at lunch and dinner, for a month starting on March 1, L'Osteria di Sopra welcomes Zenzero, which will serve up the flavours, colours and aromas of the little-known southern Italian region of Calabria. The iconic dishes from this restaurant in Serra San Bruno, near Vibo Valentia, include Rosemary-scented potato piece with caciocavallo filling served on courgette puree, Casarecce pasta with 'nduja spicy sausage cream and 48-month pecorino.

 

In April, it will be the turn of traditional Lazio restaurant Cacciani to take over the kitchen of Eataly Firenze, followed by Sicilian Fattoria delle Torri di Modica in May and Florentine restaurant Da Burde, already present in via Martelli, in June.

 

The wine list will change monthly, too, thanks to the well-stocked on-site wine room with more than 600 labels from all over the world.

 

The 600-strong wine room at Eataly Firenze The 600-strong wine room at Eataly Firenze

 

Eataly Firenze continues its relaunch with a busy events calendar, from courses to tastings aimed in particular at international students in collaboration with Florence’s vast study-abroad scene. Visit www.eataly.it for more information.

 

Eataly Firenze

Via Martelli 22, Florence

Open daily from 7.30am (bar and bakery) to 10.30pm; open until 11pm Saturdays and Sundays

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