Digital Nomad Friendly Coffee Shops in Florence, Italy
Need to get some work down while in Florence? Well, unlike America, it is not always acceptable to bring your computer and work at a coffee shop in Italy. Which can make it a little tricky to find good spots to set up camp. These are my favorite digital nomad friendly coffee shops!
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🚨🚨Important celiac note: The only cafe listed that is celiac-safe is Cafe Cortese 900. The rest of them are on this list just for coffee, drinks, and a place to work. Always ask about a product being celiac-safe if you do choose to eat something at one of these locations.

Ditta Artigianale

Ditta is co-owned by an American and an Italian...and you can really feel the blend of the two cultures in their cafes. They have 4 locations throughout the city but my favorite (and the best for working) is the Oltrarno location. The Riva d'Arno location is the newest to open and is definitely worth checking out! Keep in mind: you are not allowed to have laptops at the table on Saturdays or Sundays.

Ditta Artigianale, Firenze
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Italian/American fusion coffee shop great for working. This is the Oltrarno location.
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Ditta Artigianale
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Italian/American fusion coffee shop great for working. This is the Via dei Neri location.
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Ditta Artigianale & Hario Cafe Sant' Ambrogio
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Italian/American fusion coffee shop great for working. This is the Sant'Ambrogio location.
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Ditta Artigianale Riva d'Arno
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Italian/American fusion coffee shop great for working. This is the newest location.
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Todo Modo

Via dei Fossi, 15r

Todo Modo
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A fusion between a coffee shop and book store, this spot is one of my go-tos. It's super cute, has great drinks, and has the perfect work/study ambience.
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La Cité

Borgo S. Frediano, 20

La Cité
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Super cozy caffe in the Oltrarno neighborhood perfect for studying, reading, and getting some work done. Highly reccomend!
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La Ménagère

Via de' Ginori, 8r

La Ménagère
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This coffee shop is sooo beautiful and elegant, you'll feel like royalty while working here. Not to mention they make a pretty incredible cappuccino.
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Sit'N'Breakfast

Via San Gallo, 21r

Sit'N'Breakfast
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This is actually a co-working space super popular with the young population of Florence. They have desks and meeting rooms for rent, a coffee shop, a book store, and they regularly host events (like small concerts).
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La Feltrinelli RED

Piazza della Repubblica, 26/27/28/29

RED Feltrinelli - Firenze
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Not to be confused with the Feltrinelli on Via de' Cerretani which does NOT have a coffee shop. But the location in Piazza della Repubblica is both a book store and coffee shop. A very central place to spend the day working!
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Santarosa Bistrot

Lungarno di Santa Rosa

Santarosa Bistrot
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Not only is this a great place to get some work done during the day, but it's also a super fun place to grab a drink with friends in the evening!
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Cortese Café Novecento | 100% GF

Piazza di Santa Maria Novella, 12r

Cortese Café 900
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Currently the only 100% gluten-free bakery in the city center of Florence, Cortese Café 900 does not disappoint. On top of being gluten-free, they are also raw vegan, organic, and free from dairy and refined sugars. The pastry chef and visionary behind this gem, Vito Cortese, experienced a health crisis in 2007 and has since applied himself to bringing delicious pastries to the health-conscious community. I was really impressed that the woman behind the bar, when I mentioned that I'm a celiac, gave me a heads up that one of the pastries had oats. It's not every day that you meet wait staff with that level of awareness. Their hot chocolate is absolutely ridiculous, you HAVE to try it!
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Want some personalized help planning a celiac-safe trip to Italy?

I offer 1-1 virtual travel consultations to help you do just that! Grab a spot so I can answer all of your gluten-free Italy questions.

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Piacere (nice to meet you)! I’m Catalin, an American 🇺🇸 expat in Florence, Italy 🇮🇹 And, a proud celiac 💚 You may also know me as The Celiac in Italy on Instagram! Since moving to Italy during the pandemic, my passion for Italian food and culture has continued to grow. Now, I offer pre-curated travel guides for cities around Italy, 1-to-1 travel consultations, custom itineraries, and curated recommendations. All 100% celiac-safe. So you can explore Italy without the hassle of digging through tons of blog posts and Facebook groups to plan your trip. More about me & my services… ➡️Armed with years of first-hand experience, I know the Italian celiac scene like the back of my hand🇮🇹Plus, I live here! My recommendations are always up-to-date🤓 ➡️I'm a native English speaker who speaks fluent Italian. There's no language barrier on our end and I can seamlessly facilitate communication with restaurants. Feeling unsure about cross-contact procedures? I’m more than willing to send Italian emails on your behalf🤗 ➡️I have personal relationships with the chefs of many gluten free restaurants nationwide. I can get you reservations just by sending a text📲 ➡️My degree is in medical anthropology and I wrote my thesis about the impact of culture on the quality of life for celiacs. Not only have I been living with celiac disease for many years, but I've also studied the social aspect of our condition inside and out🤓 ➡️On top of celiac disease I have a wheat allergy and a plethora of other conditions. Helping you navigate multiple intolerances is not a problem!💕 Let’s plan your gluten-free Italian adventure!🇮🇹 📲 @celiacinitaly 💻 www.celiacinitaly.com 💌 catalin@celiacinitaly.com Your celiac-safe Italian experience awaits❤️
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Digital Nomad Friendly Coffee Shops in Florence, Italy
Need to get some work down while in Florence? Well, unlike America, it is not always acceptable to bring your computer and work at a coffee shop in Italy. Which can make it a little tricky to find good spots to set up camp. These are my favorite digital nomad friendly coffee shops!
11 Places • 20 Saves • ago
Free

🚨Tap into the places to get more info about them & tap the map view at the top right corner to see the places on a map!

🚨🚨Important celiac note: The only cafe listed that is celiac-safe is Cafe Cortese 900. The rest of them are on this list just for coffee, drinks, and a place to work. Always ask about a product being celiac-safe if you do choose to eat something at one of these locations.

Ditta Artigianale

Ditta is co-owned by an American and an Italian...and you can really feel the blend of the two cultures in their cafes. They have 4 locations throughout the city but my favorite (and the best for working) is the Oltrarno location. The Riva d'Arno location is the newest to open and is definitely worth checking out! Keep in mind: you are not allowed to have laptops at the table on Saturdays or Sundays.

Ditta Artigianale, Firenze
@celiacinitaly
Italian/American fusion coffee shop great for working. This is the Oltrarno location.
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Ditta Artigianale
@celiacinitaly
Italian/American fusion coffee shop great for working. This is the Via dei Neri location.
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Ditta Artigianale & Hario Cafe Sant' Ambrogio
@celiacinitaly
Italian/American fusion coffee shop great for working. This is the Sant'Ambrogio location.
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Ditta Artigianale Riva d'Arno
@celiacinitaly
Italian/American fusion coffee shop great for working. This is the newest location.
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Todo Modo

Via dei Fossi, 15r

Todo Modo
@celiacinitaly
A fusion between a coffee shop and book store, this spot is one of my go-tos. It's super cute, has great drinks, and has the perfect work/study ambience.
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La Cité

Borgo S. Frediano, 20

La Cité
@celiacinitaly
Super cozy caffe in the Oltrarno neighborhood perfect for studying, reading, and getting some work done. Highly reccomend!
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La Ménagère

Via de' Ginori, 8r

La Ménagère
@celiacinitaly
This coffee shop is sooo beautiful and elegant, you'll feel like royalty while working here. Not to mention they make a pretty incredible cappuccino.
Add to
Details

Sit'N'Breakfast

Via San Gallo, 21r

Sit'N'Breakfast
@celiacinitaly
This is actually a co-working space super popular with the young population of Florence. They have desks and meeting rooms for rent, a coffee shop, a book store, and they regularly host events (like small concerts).
Add to
Details

La Feltrinelli RED

Piazza della Repubblica, 26/27/28/29

RED Feltrinelli - Firenze
@celiacinitaly
Not to be confused with the Feltrinelli on Via de' Cerretani which does NOT have a coffee shop. But the location in Piazza della Repubblica is both a book store and coffee shop. A very central place to spend the day working!
Add to
Details

Santarosa Bistrot

Lungarno di Santa Rosa

Santarosa Bistrot
@celiacinitaly
Not only is this a great place to get some work done during the day, but it's also a super fun place to grab a drink with friends in the evening!
Add to
Details

Cortese Café Novecento | 100% GF

Piazza di Santa Maria Novella, 12r

Cortese Café 900
@celiacinitaly
Currently the only 100% gluten-free bakery in the city center of Florence, Cortese Café 900 does not disappoint. On top of being gluten-free, they are also raw vegan, organic, and free from dairy and refined sugars. The pastry chef and visionary behind this gem, Vito Cortese, experienced a health crisis in 2007 and has since applied himself to bringing delicious pastries to the health-conscious community. I was really impressed that the woman behind the bar, when I mentioned that I'm a celiac, gave me a heads up that one of the pastries had oats. It's not every day that you meet wait staff with that level of awareness. Their hot chocolate is absolutely ridiculous, you HAVE to try it!
Add to
Details

Want some personalized help planning a celiac-safe trip to Italy?

I offer 1-1 virtual travel consultations to help you do just that! Grab a spot so I can answer all of your gluten-free Italy questions.

* * *
CURATED BY
Piacere (nice to meet you)! I’m Catalin, an American 🇺🇸 expat in Florence, Italy 🇮🇹 And, a proud celiac 💚 You may also know me as The Celiac in Italy on Instagram! Since moving to Italy during the pandemic, my passion for Italian food and culture has continued to grow. Now, I offer pre-curated travel guides for cities around Italy, 1-to-1 travel consultations, custom itineraries, and curated recommendations. All 100% celiac-safe. So you can explore Italy without the hassle of digging through tons of blog posts and Facebook groups to plan your trip. More about me & my services… ➡️Armed with years of first-hand experience, I know the Italian celiac scene like the back of my hand🇮🇹Plus, I live here! My recommendations are always up-to-date🤓 ➡️I'm a native English speaker who speaks fluent Italian. There's no language barrier on our end and I can seamlessly facilitate communication with restaurants. Feeling unsure about cross-contact procedures? I’m more than willing to send Italian emails on your behalf🤗 ➡️I have personal relationships with the chefs of many gluten free restaurants nationwide. I can get you reservations just by sending a text📲 ➡️My degree is in medical anthropology and I wrote my thesis about the impact of culture on the quality of life for celiacs. Not only have I been living with celiac disease for many years, but I've also studied the social aspect of our condition inside and out🤓 ➡️On top of celiac disease I have a wheat allergy and a plethora of other conditions. Helping you navigate multiple intolerances is not a problem!💕 Let’s plan your gluten-free Italian adventure!🇮🇹 📲 @celiacinitaly 💻 www.celiacinitaly.com 💌 catalin@celiacinitaly.com Your celiac-safe Italian experience awaits❤️
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