Wining, Dining & Partying

A Gourmet Tour of Livorno

Start the Day with an Italian Coffee Start the Day with an Italian Coffee Eat Your Way around Livorno!

If you are a lover of Italian food, or just food in general, you can easily spend a day or a weekend in Livorno making your way around a selection of the many cafés, bars, restaurants and market stalls sampling some of the local gourmet specialities.  After all, Italian life rotates around food, so you cannot leave without trying at least a few of the great things to eat and drink.

Livorno Restaurants Open for Lunch

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Detail of mural in via Mastacchi, Livorno

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Restaurants open at Lunchtime in Livorno:
These restaurants are all open for lunch (except on stated days). They offer a variety of styles, food and prices and are listed in alphabetical order.
In or near the centre of Livorno:

Al Fosso Reale (Saturdays and Sundays only)
Bistrot Manalu (except Mondays)
Ca' Moro (except Mondays and Tuesdays)
Cantina Nardi (except Sundays)
Cantina Senese (except Sundays)
Cicoria Seasonal Food (except Sundays)
Da Galileo (except Wednesdays)
Il Rifugio (except Saturdays and Sundays)
L'Antica Venezia (except Sundays)
La Lupa (except Mondays) 
La Vecchia Senese (except Sundays)
La Barrocciaia  (except Sundays and Mondays)
La Bodeguita
Melafumo (Thursday to Sunday)
Pizza in Piazza (except Sundays) 

Livorno's Specialities: Cacciucco, Torta di Ceci and Ponce

Delicious Torta di Ceci, a Livornese speciality Delicious Torta di Ceci, a Livornese speciality No visit to Livorno is complete without trying one of the city’s local specialities. Perhaps the most obvious of these, Livorno being a port with lots of fishing activity, is the fish stew known as “Cacciucco”. This rich dish with a tomato base contains five different kinds of fish and served in a soup dish on a thick slice of bread rubbed with garlic. These days the dish has become a symbol of Livorno. (To find out how to make your own Cacciucco, click here)