Other than being kind of a tongue twister, Fiore Fine Foods is an all-day Italian spot in Queen Village that does everything from morning pastries to brick-oven pizzas for lunch and swiss chard tortelli at night. It’s the kind of place - sort of like Hungry Pigeon - that you could show up to three times in the same day for three totally different experiences. You could stop by in the morning for a coffee and a cinnamon bun on your way to work, come back for a long lunch of wine and pizza with a friend, and then return yet again with a group for some more wine and pasta. At the end of the day, you probably wouldn’t even be sick of it, but you should take a few days off anyways - don’t want to scare their employees.
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