social-eating

Social Eating in Chianti

Chianti region is famous all over the world for its culture and history, but especially for wine and food and wine products. We know our land well; therefore, we will suggest tours and itineraries to discover the dishes and tastes of Tuscan cuisine.

From the typical inns to traditional restaurants, you are only spoilt for choice, but there are also other original and nice solutions with Social Eating in Chianti to experience an “unusual taste”.

Social Eating

Are you looking for an alternative to the restaurant? Social Eating in Chianti is the right idea for you! A dinner that breaks the moud of classical schemes: you will be welcomed in a real Tuscan home, maybe under the loggia or the pergola overlooking Chianti hills or in a real Florentine home to taste the typical dishes and spend an evening with friends.

A dinner made of simple and genuine tastes prepared according to Tuscan culinary tradition: typical recipes made with local ingredients in a family and relaxed atmosphere. In fact, the philosophy of Social Eating in Chianti is to create convivial occasions, meet new friends, and gather around the table as they used to do in the past, enjoying the typical atmosphere of everyday life while living an authentic experience.

Stay with us and if you want we will organise for you a tasty and friendly dinner in a private home!

Eating in the food and wine shops of Chianti

Another opportunity to taste top quality products are the food and wine shops. Ancient butchers’ and grocery shops become a place where you can stop for a fast and informal break, choose what you like directly from the counter and eat it comfortably seated at the centre of a typical Tuscan hamlet.

Platters with cold cuts, pecorino cheese of different ageing accompanied by flavoured honey or homemade jams; the traditional ribollita (bread soup with vegetables) and pappa al pomodoro (bread soup with tomatoes) the strong point of shops such as the Antica Macelleria (Ancient Butcher’s shop) Falorni of Greve in Chianti or the Macelleria (Butcher’s shop) Francini of Tavarnelle Val di Pesa.

You can also choose the famous T-bone steak by Cecchini that is, the Antica Macelleria (Ancient Butcher’s shop) Cecchini of Panzano in Chianti, known and frequented also by Florentine people.