Phil standing outside of "Crack Alley," the home of Antico
Noe's. Noe's was the best place to stop for a quick, student-priced lunch with the
Antico Noe is the stop
to make if you find yourself sick and tired of a 3" roll with one slice of prociutto
passing for a panino. At Noe's, they serve up true panini - an
8" thick crust roll stuffed with whatever you want for only 5,000 Lira.
personal favorite is the Porchetta (roast pork) sandwich with peppers and onions.
The big, stomach-filling sandwiches are prepared while you wait in beautiful "Volta
di San Piero" (a.k.a. Crack Alley). The staff is more than friendly and speaks
a fair amount of English.
If you're ever hungry in Florence and low on cash, stop by
Noe's for a sandwich and beer, and tell the crack addicts that I said, "Hi."