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The restaurant with the best 360-degrees views in Florence

The panoramic B-Roof restaurant, formerly known as Terrazza Brunelleschi, is located on the fifth floor of the historic Grand Hotel Baglioni, right in the centre of Florence and is a two-minute walk from Santa Maria Novella station.

The outdoor terraces of different heights and the splendid panoramic windows allow you to enjoy a 360-degree view of the city. Your gaze sweeps unhindered from Santa Maria Novella to the Medici Chapels, from the dome of the cathedral to the tower of Palazzo Vecchio, from San Miniato to Piazzale Michelangelo - you really feel like you can reach out and touch all of the city's most famous monuments with one finger!

In this spectacular location, we offer a traditional cuisine, which revisits the typical regional dishes in an innovative way and uses high quality products from the Tuscan area.

Thanks to its large versatile spaces and its elegant and refined ambience, the B-Roof is not only the ideal restaurant for lunches, aperitifs and dinners, but it is also the perfect solution for organising special events, such as ceremonies, receptions, weddings, corporate events, business lunches and graduation parties.

Location

Gift B-Roof

Thanks to the B-Roof vouchers, you can give (or treat!) yourself to a special experience at a truly unique location.

 

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Weddings

Company Christmas dinner

Company Christmas dinner

Choose the B-Roof for your company's Christmas dinner!

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Sant'Ambrogio and Immacolata

Sant'Ambrogio and Immacolata

Discover the flavors of authentic Tuscany on the occasion of Saint Ambrose Day and Immaculate Conception!

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Christmas lunch

Christmas lunch

Spend the most important day of the year in an elegant setting with a spectacular view over the rooftops of Florence.

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New Year's Eve with a view

New Year's Eve with a view

Celebrate the end of the year at the B-Roof, with a high-level menu and the splendid view over the rooftops of Florence!

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