Having walked and done lots of sight-seeing, we just needed a light bite and coffee without spoiling appetites for the evening meal. Il Vinile (the vinyl) was just the spot. A neon-lit entrance gives way to a narrow, cute and interesting space with pop art on the walls and table tops adorned with overlapping 12" albums beneath perspex covers. Quite a talking point discussing the eclectic mix of 'table cloth' from Florentian orchestras to James Brown! The sandwiches are great – and all named after rock acts (The Led Zepplin hit the spot for me!) and there was plenty of cakes and other nibbles at the far counter to enjoy with your afternoon latté. The walkway through the place is quite narrow, but the girls were obliging and rearranged some tables to make a 4 for us. This place is so cool, that passing tourists that couldn't get a table were photographing it from the street. A bar for a 'Long Play' (see what I did there?!) ;)
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