Gucci Just Opened A Restaurant, And Pasta Has Never Been This Fashionable
Addio, Gucci Museo—and ciao, Gucci Garden!
The Italian luxury brand has finally reopened Gucci Museo, but the renovation comes with a new name.
A look inside the bazaar-like store featuring products exclusively designed for the #GucciGarden in Florence. From special material pieces to several one-of-a-kind creations, all products feature a distinctive label and come in packaging exclusive to this store. The retail space is designed to respect and celebrate the original architecture of Palazzo della Mercanzia. A first room dedicated to ready-to-wear, accessories and #GucciDécor features a colour scheme that combines a burnt yellow for the plaster walls with tongue red to pick out the architectural forms of arched doorways and windows. The floor is of hand-aged marble tiles. Discover more through link in bio. #AlessandroMichele Gucci Garden store opening hours: 10.00 – 19.30
Gucci Garden, situated inside the Palazzo della Mercanzia in Florence, Italy, was conceived by creative director Alessandro Michele. It features a gallery exhibit, a bazaar-like boutique (exclusive merchandise alert!), and a mini cinema room.
And get this: it also has a fine dining restaurant.
Gucci Osteria da Massimo Bottura, a restaurant curated by three-Michelin-star chef who for #GucciGarden has created an entirely new menu that takes influences from his travels and applies these to Italian cuisine. ‘Travelling the world, our kitchen interacts with everything we see, hear and taste,’ says @massimobottura. The menu of the Florentine restaurant will include iconic Italian dishes as well as conceptual twists on classics for an all-day dining experience. Discover more through link in bio. #AlessandroMichele Gucci Osteria da Massimo Bottura: reservations from 12.00 – 20.30
Gucci Osteria is a 50-seater restaurant overlooking the beautiful Piazza della Signoria, with a menu curated by Massimo Bottura— the world-renowned chef behind the Michelin three-star restaurant, Osteria Francescana. Bottura created a sophisticated, striking menu inspired by his travels, including Italian classics like Parmigiano Reggiano tortellini and mushroom risotto.
The gorgeous green-hued interiors are reminiscent of Gucci’s cultural heritage and aesthetic.
Check this out. Just below the ceiling trim, the green walls have lines from “Canzona of the seven planets,” a traditional carnival song, engraved in gold.
Even small details like the menu, napkin, and tableware are picturesque.
Ready to check out their decadent spread? Keep scrolling!
If you happen to be in central Italy, don’t forget to drop by Gucci Garden for dinner, where you’re sure to encounter award-winning meals served with a dash of fashion inspiration.
Gucci Osteria da Massimo Bottura accepts reservations from 12:00 to 8:30PM.
Cover photo from @gucci on Instagram