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Thread Starter 
Same question for you guys. Am I missing something or have the wrong addresses?

Arturo & Co.
Via Porta Rossa, 50r

Simone Abbarchi
B.go SS. Apostoli, 16

Eredi Chiarini
Via Roma 16r

Leonardo Bugelli
Via Fra' Bartolomeo, 21r

Liverano & Liverano
Via dei Fossi, 43r

Milord
P.zza Strozzi, 12/13r

Principe
Via del Sole, 2

Tie your Tie
Via dei Federighi, 7r

Roberto Ugolini
Via dei Michelozzi, 17r

Hidetaka Fukaya
Via de' Federighi, 6r

Saskia Wittmer
Via S. Lucia, 24r

Stefano Bemer
B.go S. Frediano, 143r

Roberto Ugolini
Via dei Michelozzi, 17r

Madova
Via Guicciardini, 1r

Ceri Vintage
Via dei Serragli, 26r
post #2 of 106
Fwocker x 2.

- B
post #3 of 106
Is Neuber still around?
post #4 of 106
I like boggi

dl
post #5 of 106
Mannina Via De' Barbadori 19r
post #6 of 106
Sutor Mantellassi
Via della vigna nuova 62r
post #7 of 106
Santa Maria Novella - Via della Scala 16R
post #8 of 106
Tie your Tie is a great shop with a ridiculous name

Remember to make an appointment at Bugelli - it is not a shop, but rather a workshop

As someone who spends a lot of time in Florence I think you've got pretty much everything covered.

Now how are you set for eating?
post #9 of 106
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Originally Posted by R.O. Thornhill View Post
Tie your Tie is a great shop with a ridiculous name

Remember to make an appointment at Bugelli - it is not a shop, but rather a workshop

As someone who spends a lot of time in Florence I think you've got pretty much everything covered.

Now how are you set for eating?

I'm not, so any suggestions are welcome.
post #10 of 106
"za za" for lunch is incredible

marinated artichokes followed by tagliata is great. Tagliata anywhere in florence is great (compared to the us) if thats your thing.

dl
post #11 of 106
Just got back last week. For food, definitely go to Frescobaldi and ask for Francesco or Primo. Excellent menu and extremely knowledgeable on the wine. Right off of Piazza Signoria. La Giostra is also pretty good. Near Piazza Santa Croce. MangiaFoco on S. Apostoli is great for a quick lunch. Try the bresaola panini. It's just down the street from Ferragamo.

And one more shop: Eredi Chiarini, Via Roma 16r [Just re-read your post, you got this one]. Oh, and Happy Jack on Vigna Nuova (right across from Sutor) has tons of Borrelli, including some beautiful cashmere/wool ties.

Highlight (apart from getting a new work bag 1/2 off at Sutor): I saw Simone Righi of Sartorialist fame hollering into his mobile phone outside of Tie Your Tie. He was rockin' his intepretation of the security guard.
post #12 of 106
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Ceri Vintage
Via dei Serragli, 26r

A great shop. Bought this cashmere puppy from there for a cool 15 euros.

post #13 of 106
Thread Starter 
Great stuff guys - keep them coming.
post #14 of 106
I'm moving to Florence in three months. So I look forward to checking out all of these (of those posted, I only know Bugelli and Milord). Does anyone know an alterations tailor they would swear by? There seems to be a fair amount of Florence expertise here.
post #15 of 106
Foodwise, Da Marios, the tripa place in the market and La Giostra and the fresh homemade pasta place (you buy it and cook it yourself at home). Had dinner at Villa St Michel which was a nice venue but foodwise wasn't spectacular.
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