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I was stopping in pathway near this store to assess where to eat (I was stopped for all of 20 seconds), in the very crowded market, and the old man who works here (based on other reviews, I will guess this is the owner) told...More
We came here hungry and left happily with many bags in hand....truffles, truffle oil, aged balsamic, pecorino cheeses, dry prosciutto, bull horn crafted steak knives, specialty salts. I could go on and on! What a wonderful shop full of culinary and gastronomic wonders for my...More
We wanted to create our own cold meat and cheese plate for dinner but didn't know what to get. The staff at Baroni were excellent, we got suggestions on what local produce to get, and a helpful description of what each was like. We wish...More
I heard about this wonderful shop through Trip Advisor and i’m a huge cheese fanatic so I knew I had to check it out. I highly, highly recommend this shop for any body! The lady and man who owned the shop were so helpful! They...More
If you are looking for quality, freshness, amazing selection of cheeses and cold cuts Baroni Alimentari at the Mercato Centrale is your best option.
The owners, Paula and Alessandro, are absolutely amazing!
They ship worldwide their cheeses, wine, olive oil, mustards and balsamic.
Mercato Centrale is an overwhelming experience with many smells, sounds, and sights abounding. But stepping up to the counter at Baroni is the best decision I made. Paola is so patient and takes you on a tasting journey starting with olive oils...from mild to fresh...More
Paola is our go to person every time we go to Florence and we always visit Mercato Centrale. Paulo tastes us through olive oils. Vinegars , cheeses etc. If they don't sell it she always has her guy to recommend. Prices are always fair and...More
Paola was a gem! She spent such time with us sampling oils, vinegars and cheeses. She gave us wonderful advice on how to prepare and serve the items we bought. We had our goodies shipped home and the package almost beat us home! Our family...More
We approached the counter and asked to try a few cheeses before "attempting" to buy a selection. We found the first cheese we liked and asked for a smaller piece and the gentleman owner who I believe is called Alessandro responded by essentially telling us...More
San Lorenzo’s lively merchants shout out from behind stalls with an array of products in one of the most traditional neighborhoods in Florence. Different ethnic groups join together in the large outdoor market of San Lorenzo and in the Central Market, a vast multi-floored building. Visitors are bound to fall in love with this area and in particular, with its variety of food, especially those focusing on
Florentine dishes as well as international selections. Nobody leaves San Lorenzo without a shopping bag in hand or with an empty stomach.