Golden View

From the Golden View, whose windows overlook the Arno river, you touch Ponte Vecchio with a finger and your gaze flows over the windows of the Uffizi, illuminated by the sunlight that reflects on the river, giving a particular golden light at certain times of the day.

The owner is Tommaso Grasso, a passionate collector of art and wine. Tommaso is a tenacious forty-year-old born in Florence but of Sicilian origin; he started working with his father Francesco Grasso and his mother Anna Nebbiai in the family business that distributes excellent food products. His idea of ​​the Golden View was born when he was very young and which he now manages together with his wife Sara Taccetti.

“This place is home to me, a space in which I express my passions related not only to food but also to wine and the world of art and philanthropy that I love to share with my guests and with the whole team, with whom I have a beautiful relationship and perfect harmony. I consider this a strategic factor for a company like this to function”.

Tommaso Grasso

Golden View is a restaurant that opens on 550 square meters, whose windows overlook the Ponte Vecchio, the Vasari Corridor, the Uffizi and the Arno river.

Entering from the main door, the long counter in olive wood and Carrara marble immediately leads to the gastronomy area with a wide selection of hand-cut cured meats and hams as well as the best Italian and international cheeses. After the Gastronomy, a White Art laboratory produces bread and sweets for the whole restaurant. In the lab, only 100% Italian organic wheat flour and mother yeast are used. From the external windows you can see the fish counter with Mediterranean and in particular Sicilian products such as the famous red prawns of Mazara and the purple prawn. Fresh raw dishes on the menu for lunch, dinner or as an aperitif.