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The first thing we do when we visit a new place is park the car and start walking. Panzano is perfect for this. The quaint town is on a hilltop so views from any place in town are marvelous. The Old Town section is spectacular.
Italy is a painting waiting to happen and I've done a few of Panzano. Both the paintings here are passageways and the fun part of passageways is seeing what is through the "doorway."
Updated May 7, 2011
Address: south of Florence on S222
Here's my Journal entry for the day:
"We drove on to Panzano, parked and started looking for a restaurant. Around a corner from the main square we saw a trattoria sign. It was open and we got a table upstairs with two other couples. Oltre il Giardino was a nice place with lots of appealing menu choices."
Closed on Mondays.
Favorite Dish: I had stewed wild boar and Ed a spinach and ricotta ravioli. We shared a tomato bruschetta.
It is a family restaurant, very friendly, magnificent views from the terrace and 70 wines on their wine list. In Chianti they were all good . . .
Updated Mar 16, 2011
Address: Piazza Gastone Bucciarelli 42
Phone: 055 852828
Nice proprietor who gave me a lozenge for my throat, as I was losing my voice.
Paid 15.30 euro for 1/4 of Tuscan white wine, a plate of affetato misto for two people, bread and a litre of water. The kitchen closes in the middle of the day, so no hot food!
Written Oct 27, 2008