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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

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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 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.

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The gorgeous green-hued interiors are reminiscent of Gucci’s cultural heritage and aesthetic.

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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. 


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Even small details like the menu, napkin, and tableware are picturesque.



Ready to check out their decadent spread? Keep scrolling!


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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