Our Pint of View

Pint of View, cradled in the heart of the Oltrarno neighborhood, is bringing Florence, Italy, contemporary touches to traditional British pub fare. Our kitchen brigade, led by Chef Karl Whittaker, creates modern dishes using high-quality, seasonally fresh ingredients from local producers. We offer numerous boozy pairing options to accompany our unique plates, including 12 Italian craft beers on tap, signature cocktails, and wine.

Pint of View, an intimate and innovative 30+ seat craft beer and cocktail restaurant nestled on a small street between Pitti Palace and Piazza Santo Spirito, is the perfect place from early to late night to unwind, eat, and drink.



Onion rings, gochujang mayonnaise

Savoy cabbage and parmesan croquettes, cabbage hummus

Tasting of British cheddars, house chutney, homemade stout bread

Fully loaded potato wedges, pulled beef cheek, red pepper

‘Nduja-stuffed brioche buns, fresh burrata

Burgers & Sandwiches

I’m a funghi — Mushroom and chickpea patty, caramelized onions, sesame, BBQ aubergine purée

Polish power — Beef patty, potato and carrot pancake, pickles, pink peppercorn sauce

Double trouble — Beef, cheddar, bacon, POV burger sauce

Chik ‘n’ Italy — Spiced fried chicken breast, mozzarella, basil pesto

B.Y.O.B-IB — BBQ pulled beef, pickled onion, mustard

Signature plates

Pumpkin and sage soup, pumpkin seed and hazelnut crumble, homemade stout bread

House salad of roasted beetroot and burratina, pickled onion and endive

Bone-in fried chicken, red cabbage slaw, spicy chili sauce

Pan-roasted pork filet, brown butter sweet potatoes, Brussels sprouts, confit tomatoes, Pilsner sauce

Traditional fish and chips, mushy peas, tartar sauce

Something sweet

Lemon and meringue tart, fresh blackberry compote

Flambéed banana in caramel and rum sauce, coffee semifreddo, coconut granola

Toasted white chocolate mousse, Yorkshire parkin, fresh orange

Sunday roast

Roast beef or crispy pork belly served with seasonal vegetables, homemade Yorkshire puddings and Pilsner gravy


Once upon a Time in Paloma
Tequila blanco, Campari, cucumber, pink grapefruit, lime

Apple of my Eye
Vodka, apple and thyme shrub, tonic water

Man, go for a Smoke?
Rum, mango, lapsang tea, smoke

The Ghost of Mary
Vodka, seasoned tomato water, lemon, celery salt

Red Right Hand
White rum, roasted beetroot puree, Select, lime, sugar syrup

…To Those Who Wait
Cachaça, lime, agave, pineapple tepache, mint

Conan the Rhu-barbarian
Rhubarb, bergamot, orgeat, ginger beer

Classic cocktails


On tap

Monpiër de Gherdëina – Piersëch
Honey Saison, 5.9% vol, 0.3l
Beer inspired by Schüttelbrot, typical bread of Val Gardena, is produced in the Ortisei brewery with barley and rye malt, and spiced with cumin, fennel seeds , anise and coriander. Refermented with forest honey, it has a clear appearance, a fresh nose with hints of yeast, a very balanced taste between sweet and bitter, dry and spicy.

Doctor B – MYGYM
Heller Bock, 7% vol, 0.3l
The aromatic profile is characterized by malts that give aromas of honey and bread crust. But unlike the amber sisters, the hopped part becomes an integral part of the aromas, giving spicy and floral notes, and a more marked if not predominant bitterness.

Private Stock – Old Ale
Old Ale, 10% vol, 0.3l
Old Ale made with the addition of Vincotto di figs, with a deep amber color with ruby ​​nuances, veiled, with a compact and fairly persistent ocher foam. The nose is elegant, with evident aromas of molasses, plum, caramel and red fruit in alcohol. An ethyl nuance attributable to Port and a woody scent are noticeable when the beer is heated. The presence of fig vincotto emerges on the palate, with a note of molasses and licorice typical of this product, moreover, caramel and red fruit in alcohol (cherry, black cherry and raisins) are back.

Mc 77 – Fleur Sofronia
Blanche with hibiscus, 5% vol, 0.3l
Free interpretation of a Belgian Blanche in which the classic spiciness is enriched with whole hibiscus flowers of North African origin. The infusion gives the surprising intense pink color and the floral aroma, while in the mouth it gives a pleasantly acidic touch that increases its freshness.

Liquid – Passenger
West Coast IPA, 6% vol, 0.3l
Passenger is a beer with a medium alcohol content. It is inspired by the type of American IPA, the US incarnation of the classic Anglo-Saxon IPA, revisited in a modern key according to the ingredients available on site and local taste. As for the hops, the Cascade, Centennial and Amarillo cultivar course is foreseen. In the aromatic profile there are notes of resin, citrus and tropical fruit and later brushstrokes similar to melon and spices.

Schlenkerla – Marzen
Rauchbier, 5.1% vol, 0.3l
Famous smoked beer from Bamberg, it owes its distinctive aroma and flavor to smoked malt with Bavarian beech wood. Dark in color with ruby reflections, it emanates intense aromas of speck, in the background hints of fruit (plums and figs), caramel and a little coffee. The aromatic and gustatory profile is a masterpiece of intensity, balance and complexity. The smoked note is always present, almost intrusive. The palate is attacked by a “bonfire” of speck and toasted bread, resting on slightly sweet notes that recall dark fruit and caramel. The central part of the drink allows the hops to give a low level of bitterness with a citrus note.

Nix – Volturno
Pils, 5% vol, 0.4l
This beer is modeled on traditional Pilsner, identified by a balanced low fermentation, easy to drink and elegant. In the aromatic profile there are notes of bread crust, flowers and honey and more distant trends attributable to cut grass and spices.

Liquida – Family on board
West Coast IPA, 6.5% vol, 0.3l
Family On Board is a beer with a medium alcohol content. It draws inspiration from the typology of American IPAs, the US incarnation of traditional British IPAs, revisited in a modern key according to the local taste and the ingredients available on site. In the aromatic profile there are notes of tropical fruit, resin and citrus and more distant brushstrokes attributable to spices and melon.

Bottles and cans

Baladin – Rock ‘n’ roll
APA, 7.5% vol, 0.33l
Spiced and hopped, this is an all-Italian version of American Pale Ale. Water from the Maritime Alps, Lucanian and Apulian barley malt, hops and yeasts grown in Piedmont in the Baladin di Piozzo brewery.

Bonavena – Pound for pound
Bitter Ale, 4% vol, 0.3l
Made with English malt, hops and yeasts. The malty notes blend perfectly with the herbaceous and earthy profile of the hops. Another very good experiment of the Faicchio brewery, in the province of Benevento.

Boon – Mariage Parfait Geuze 2013
Geuze, 8% vol, 0.75l
Assembled by Brouwerij Boon in Lembeek, the Belgian village where lambics are born, is defined as Oude Geuze, Geuze à l’Ancienne, Old Style Geuze. Only the best three-year-old lambics are mixed with a small amount of new lambic to create this geuze, and the result is a perfect marriage. To withstand the abundance of aromas in this beer, the lambics used to create it are left to ferment for a long time, and the Oude Geuze Mariage Parfait has an alcohol content of 8% vol. Dry beer, unfiltered and unpasteurized, it releases aromas of lime and mandarin peel, vanilla, a refreshing acidity and a nice pseudocaloric sensation.

Lindemans – Cuvée René Oude Gueze 2016
Geuze, 5.5% vol, 0.75l
Lindemans beers have been brewed for a century in Vlezenbeek, Belgium, becoming known throughout Europe in the late seventies and eighties. Lindemans’ flagship product, Cuvée René Oude Geuze is produced by assembling the company’s best lambics in large oak foudres, bottled in champagne bottles, this geuze rests for at least 6 months before it can be enjoyed. Notes of sherry, citrus, unripe fruit and salami skin, on the palate it is fresh and thirst-quenching.

Hanssens – Oude Gueuze
Geuze, 6% vol, 0.75l
Hanssens beers since the end of the 19th century were brewed in Dworp, Belgium, where the family resides. Since the war, however, there are no more plants, seized to use copper, the Hanssens blend lambic produced by other companies. Oude Geuze is deep blond, with a white, compact head and good persistence. On the nose notes of cellar, lemon, green unripe apple, sweat, dust, animal smell. On the palate lactic acid is predominant, with citrus aromas and some traces of acetic.

Hanssens – Oude Kriek
Kriek, 6% vol, 0.75l
Hanssens beers since the end of the 19th century were brewed in Dworp, Belgium, where the family resides. Since the war, however, there are no more plants, seized to use copper, the Hanssens blend lambic produced by other companies. Blend of lambic of different ages made with dark cherries, with a second fermentation in the bottle. Conservation is like that of a geuze and can age for up to thirty years. On the nose we feel acidic notes of red fruits, on the palate it is savory and acid, with fruity and woody aromas.

3 Fonteinen – Oude Kriek 2015
Kriek, 5% vol, 0.75l
Produced by 3 Fonteinen in the Belgian municipality of Berseel, Oude Kriek 2013 is obtained by adding whole cherries to young lambic, before letting it ferment for 6-8 months before bottling. Before being marketable, the beer ages for four months in the bottle. Intense, red, with a beautiful pink foam that disappears quickly, Oude Kriek 2015 on the nose brings first notes of cherry, black cherry, lemon and sour apple, in the background you can hear those of Brettanomycetes and other spontaneous lambic yeasts, with a finish that tends to woody. The drink is refreshing, alcohol absent.