A fantastic restaurant that doesn’t serve pasta is a rarity in Tuscany—in fact, Sette di Vino may be the only one. “I’ve been eating here for fifteen years elbow-to-elbow with locals in this old-fashioned osteria,” says Voigtmann. If you can, grab a table on the piazza, order the house wine, bruschetta, verdure grigliate, or whatever the waiter suggests, be generous with your date (the dishes are meant to be shared), and watch local Italian kids kick around a soccer ball. One more point to bear in mind: “You won’t soon forget the grilled Pecorino and pancetta.”

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