Walking around Florence, you'll find sandwich shops on practically every street corner. The true test of the Italian panino comes in the form of its fillings--salted prosciutto, soft spreadable cheeses, vegetables soaked in vinegar, grilled or freshly cut...the possibilities are endless.
SchiacciaVino knows how to cater to its customers. Walk up to the counter and immediately you'll see rows of freshly baked schiacciata, the local salted bread that so many Florentines favor over the traditional unsalted kind served at the dinner table, and rows of pots filled with spreads and dips. Order based off the local favorites on the menu, or simply ask one of the friendly staff behind the counter for suggestions on pairings for meats & cheeses. And don't forget the obligatory glass of wine to go with your meal--you're in Italy, after all!