Tiffany & Co. and Ralph Lauren aren't the only luxury designers with equally chic restaurants: Gucci just opened its own fashionable eatery, Gucci Osteria, within the newly-designed Gucci Garden in Florence, Italy
Gucci Garden is a reinvention of the Gucci Museo at the historic Palazzo
Gucci Garden in the Palazzo della Mercanzia
Gucci Osteria was created by world-renowned chef Massimo Bottura, whose restaurant Osteria Francescana in Modena, Italy boasts an impressive three Michelin stars. The menu is influenced by both Italian cuisine and Bottura's travels around the world, adding that visitors will find traditional Italian dishes with a few twists. A few menu items to expect are a Parmigiano Reggiano tortellini, pork buns, and a mushroom risotto, according to Harper's Bazaar. The restaurant sits on the ground floor of Gucci Garden and has all-day dining options available.
A peek inside the Gucci Osteria
Inside Gucci's restaurant
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Gucci Garden also has two rooms of retail space on the ground floor, featuring Gucci staples in addition to products that are exclusively designed and available at Gucci Garden. Visitors can shop Gucci's ready-to-wear clothing and accessories, along with books, the décor collection, and one-of-a-kind creations.
The Gucci Garden boutique
Gucci's decor collection
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