Immutable from the beginning, the Caffè Concerto Paszkowski represents an elegant stage and a lounge in the heart of the city of Florence. Declared a National Monument in 1991, Caffè Paszkowski is one of the symbols of the city's tradition, of which it proudly confirms the elegance of the style and the care in hospitality.
One of the most famous historical cafés in Florence is the Caffè Concerto Paszkowski. It started as a Polish brewery in the 19th century Jewish ghetto, but when the area was redeveloped, Paszkowski maintained the same site and now has a place of honor in Republic Square.
Born in the same spaces as Caffè Centrale, one of the first cafés in Piazza della Repubblica.
in 1903 the restaurant took the name Paszkowski thanks to the acquisition by the company Carlo Paszkowski & C., pioneers of the beer industry in Italy. It became a brewery and refreshment point accompanying the Florentine evenings with the formula of "Coffee Concert".
At the beginning of the twentieth century, Caffè Paszkowski established itself as a literary café, welcoming intellectuals such as D’Annunzio, Soffici, Papini, Montale, Saba and Pratolini.
Inside, a simple coffee gives the opportunity to admire miniature cakes, pastries and chocolates in sparkling glass cases while expert bartenders prepare cocktails. The selection of beers that customers can enjoy as an alternative to one of the Signature Drinks inspired by the design of the restaurant and all that this place tells about is inevitable.
Since 1911, Caffè Paszkowski stands out for the proposal of a musical orchestra which, with the formula "Caffè Concerto", accompanies the Florentine evenings by cheering up the outdoor spaces during the summer and the tea room during the months Winter.