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ponteuf | May 11, 201809:09 PM     2

Thanks to those who have helped me out with Venice! We're set on our two Florence dinners (Sostanza on Friday, and Osteria Tripperia il Maggazino on Saturday). On Sunday, we'd like to have a lunch at the later end of lunch ... we've got to drive to Milan that evening, so we're thinking a late afternoon meal is the way to handle that.

Of course, Sunday openings are always a little hard, right? So far on the list of "potential and open for Sunday lunch (I think!) I have da Ruggiero, Osteria dell'Enoteca, Osteria Santo Spirito, il Santino Bevitore...

Can anyone steer me in a better direction? I'd also be fine with a very early dinner, but my guess is that I'll be more likely to find something for a lunch.

Thanks!!

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