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  1. City Secrets of Florence, Venice and the Towns of Italy

    City Secrets of Florence, Venice and the Towns of Italy

    $19.95

    The second in the highly-acclaimed City Secrets series, this volume brings together the recommendations of more than 200 experts, including curators, composers, artists, journalists, architects, and historians. Topics covered include art, architecture, museums, restaurants, shopping, flea markets, monasteries, churches, wineries, gardens, and day-long excursions. Learn More
  2. Italianissimo

    Italianissimo

    $18.95

    Italianissimo (literally, very very Italian) profiles fifty enticing Italian contributions to culture high and low, from the lofty realm of great ideas to the delicious realities of cuisine, fashion, cinema, and much more—an eclectic mix of the customs, culture, and concepts that embody the essence of Italy. This intimate guide will enlighten and enrich all journeys to Italy, both real and imaginary, and holds a wealth of sophisticated information about such icons as:hand gestures, patron saints, pasta, parmesan, the piazza, the Fiat 500, ex votos, fashion, Neo-realist cinema, authority figures, Pinocchio, the Italian male, the mezzaluna, shoes, opera, the Vespa, the Ferrari, gelato, gondolas, and more. Learn More
  3. The Civilized Shopper's Guide to Florence

    The Civilized Shopper's Guide to Florence

    $12.95

    Where do Florentines go to for the finest handmade shoes, leather gloves, jewelry inspired by Renaissance paintings, artisanal chocolates, exquisite lingerie, and more? This discriminating guide of eight walks will take you to shops of legendary quality and fine craftsmanship. Also featured are dozens of dining recommendations, from where to find cioccolata da bere (“drinkable” chocolate) to a sumptuous meal served in a former convent. There are more than seventy shops included in The Civilized Shopper’s Guide to Florence. Dining options include 37 venues, including cafes, restaurants, gelaterias, wine bars, and pastry shops. Learn More
  4. The Civilized Shopper's Guide to Rome

    The Civilized Shopper's Guide to Rome

    $12.95

    With this small and discriminating book as their guide, visitors find themselves strolling down cobblestone back streets that only native Romans know well. Nine walks direct shoppers to unique stores—jewelers, stationers, clothiers, grocers—that uphold the Italian standards of quality, craftsmanship, and creativity. The nine walks purport to be neither comprehensive nor direct. Rather, they afford an opportunity for the curious and confident shopper to stroll quiet and picturesque streets, sometimes in out-of-the-way areas. Cafes and restaurants dot each walk. Practical information, including size conversion charts and how to file for a tax refund, is also included. Learn More
  5. Tuscan Italian Grill, grande

    Tuscan Italian Grill, grande

    $299.00

    Modeled from an 18th century Italian design and hand crafted by Tuscan metalsmiths. Ideal for outdoor cooking or in the fireplace to bring warmth and wonderful aromatic flavors indoors. This larger version was designed by Bella Cucina creator Alisa Barry during one of her annual retreats to Italy. It measures 25” wide and 18 ½” deep, and 17 " tall. Fits perfectly in most larger fireplaces and accommodates grilling for 4 or more. Learn More
  6. Tuscan Italian Grill, originale

    Tuscan Italian Grill, originale

    $199.00

    Modeled from an 18th century Italian design and crafted by artisan metalsmiths by hand in Tuscany, the Bella Cucina originale Tuscan grill is ideal for outdoor cooking, taking to the beach, or in the fireplace to bring warmth and wonderful aromatic flavors indoors. The Originale measures 18 ½” wide, 16” deep and 17" tall. Made for small gatherings or dinner for two. Learn More

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