Italian luxury label Gucci just opened a 50-seat restaurant as part of its Florence exhibition space, Gucci Garden. As per Busines of Fashion, the new all-day restaurant, titled Gucci Osteria, has tapped award-winning Michelin Star chef Massimo Bottura to oversee its exquisite menu.

Overlooking the city's most famous square, the Piazza della Signoria, guests will not only be treated to a wonderful view, but can also sample a highly sophisticated menu. Dishes include Parmigiano Reggiano tortellini, Peruvian-inspired tostadas, pork belly buns, and a mushroom risotto — all reasonably priced between 20 to 30 euros.

“The restaurant is a reminder that Florence has always been a center of cultural exchange, particularly during the Renaissance,” Bottura says. For those looking for something beyond the dining experience, Gucci Garden also includes an exhibition area, a bazaar-like boutique, and a cinema room.

As of today, Gucci Garden officially opens to the public and can be located inside the Palazzo della Mercanzia, which formerly housed the Gucci Museo.

In similar news, Prada unveiled a huge concept store in Miami's design district

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