For over one hundred years travellers have come here, to the heart of Florence, from all over the world, to delight their taste buds with old Florentine recipes.
Buca Mario passes on its ancient culinary codes and hospitality from generation to generation, and is still run today, in traditional Florentine fashion, by the Pasquetti family.
Walking through the cellars of Palazzo Niccolini, you come to Buca Mario's exclusive Privée – an old sixteenth-century Florentine dining room. The traditional, renowned recipes of one of Florence's most historic restaurants grace intimate, candlelit dinners and important business dinners.More details
Buca Mario is housed in a sixteenth-century buca. In Florence, buche were typical cellars situated beneath imposing historic palazzos often owned by aristocratic families. They were used to store salted meats, ham and salamis, and, above all, to house precious wine.