Now in its fourth generation, the oldest restaurant in Siena was opened by Senno Senni in the famous Piazza del Campo, right opposite the Mangia tower. Requisitioned by the German army for their officers’ mess, after the war it became a symbol of the Dolce Vita, with patrons including the royal families of Sweden and Holland, Chaplin, Fangio, Laurence Olivier, Vivian Leigh, Tyrone Power, Cary Grant, Dalí and Ferrari, all of whom appear in photos on the walls. It has preserved its exquisite 1950s rooms, signs, windows and furnishings. The tables on the square are highly sought-after.
Piazza Il Campo 41-44, 53100 Siena (SI)
- Famiglia Senni - Ownership
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