Although the name means "ancient", everything you'll find here at L'Antico Noè is fresh, locally sourced, and satisfying. Head for the restaurant (though the sandwich shop on site makes for a great lunch run), and you'll be greeted by a small, cozy restaurant with affable staff and quality options. Start with cold cuts and bruschetta, and then move into first and second courses consisting of tempting tagliatelle al porcini or grilled artichokes—customers swear by the freshness of the produce here. Split wine among friends, and indulge your sweet tooth with flavorful fruit tarts and creamy custards. You'll find it pretty difficult to not leave this restaurant a happier person.
The Demidoff Park started out as the immense green area surrounding a 15th century Medici villa,... Read more