The 10 Best Bars Near San Lorenzo, Florence

Maria Menegaki

Conveniently located right between the Duomo and the main train station, San Lorenzo is one of the most colorful neighborhoods in Florence. Save a day to explore the area, visit the church and the Medici chapels for some breathtaking pieces of art, and then restore your spent energy at one of the nearby bars. Check our guide with the best spots for every taste and budget.


1. Été Bistrò

Bistro, Vegetarian, Gluten-free

A block away from the Central Market, you will come across this cute, cozy bistrò. Été is the ideal place for a glass of Tuscan wine accompanied by some gluten-free options. Its location in a quiet narrow street only adds to the charming ambiance you will experience.

2. Bar H9

Bar, Italian

My Mojito
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This family-run bar looks like an oasis after a busy day of sightseeing and shopping. Right next to the church, Bar H9 will be your favorite spot, where you will feel like home and spend some relaxing moments. Don’t miss the chance to sit at the shared area outside for a lovely evening of people watching

3. Lo Sverso

Bar, Beer

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Specializing in artisan draft beers, this bar is focused on finding the best ingredients from local suppliers. Sit by the L-shaped bar of Lo Sverso to enjoy the chilled vibes with one of the unique drinks and eat some outstanding healthy fresh bites.

4. Dublin Pub

Bar, Pub, Pub Grub, Italian

Right in the heart of Florence, an authentic piece of Ireland is hiding. Dublin Pub gives you the opportunity to experience an evening as if you were in a local Irish pub. From fruity or dark beers to refreshing ciders, grab your cold glass, watch some sport on the TV and listen to the pleasant music.

5. Don Joe

Bar, Italian

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This lovely lounge bar will amaze you with the passionate, attentive staff and the high quality offerings. Don Joe is a great place to relaz and try a drink of superb taste and presentation.

6. Little David

Restaurant, Italian, Mediterranean

Drinks at Le Muse
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If you really want to explore the enchanted world of wine, this is a must-visit. Little David is a wine bar and a gate into the history of wine and its production techniques. Taste the spicy Etruschello, sample the Etruscan cuisine, and after you’re finished, pay a visit to Winex, the museum of wine to view more than five hundred historical items related to wine.

7. Le Muse

Bar, Restaurant, Italian

Serving as a restaurant and lounge bar at the same time, Le Muse is dedicated to the Italian cuisine. Take a break to reawaken your senses through some of the most creative dishes and unique flavors in a minimal atmosphere. The cocktails prepared by the talented bartenders will surely exceed your expectations, no matter how high they are.

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