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iN THE 1ST. FLOOR THERE ARE food shops. Each one is beautiful than the other. You can find from wines, olive oils to funghi porcini. In the second floor you have restaurants and cafés where you can spend an enjoyable time.
This place is huge! Everything Italian and otherwise is there. Plenty of bars too. Price of food and drinks is quite stiff though. From deep-fried rabbit, hand-pulled noodles, cream cheese-filled cannoli, fresh vegetable salads with blobs of mozzarella, to fresh truffles, everything is there.
The market downstairs was OK. Went upstairs to the food area. Staff look unhappy and it all just seemed to have a bad vibe. My husband got the coffees from the only place that seemed to serve coffee. My coffee was luke warm and so...More
Wonderfmarket. Like many bustling markets around the world there is so many things to see. The second floor has about 20 different food stalls. The bottom floor has more traditional vendors selling fruit, wine, spices, and meat.
I would highly recommend this spot if you...More
The Mercator Centrale is a large two story market in the middle of Florence. The first floor is mainly stalls selling all kinds of meats, cheeses,spices, and vegetables. The second floor is mainly restaurants, and has a great bier bar with a variety of draft...More
I came here seeing all the great reviews but the place is mostly shut down. There are couple of shops that are open and the people there are very friendly. However I think their business is a bit lacking. Most of the people who visit...More
We always like the Mercato, though when really busy it can be overwhelming. Lots of vendors and great food inside that the locals are eating, along with lots of tourists. I just like the energy and the contrasts with markets at home.