“IL Granaio” it’s an historical name given to the neighborhood in the thirteenth century period in which the buildings of the district were used to sell grain and cereals so much so that even today it is still possible to notice in some adjacent structures images of vines and ears of wheat engraved on stone.

The case of Orsamichele Church is exemplary, one of the most visited destinations of the city just a few steps away from our restaurant demolished around 1240 to make space for a loggia giving the purpose of a grain market.