Fabio Beach, chef and owner of Cibrèo restaurant in Florence, died Friday at the age of 68. His restaurant, which opened in 1979 in the neighborhood of Sant’Ambrogio, is considered an institution in Florence and so he also described it as Michelin Guide. In addition to the restaurant, Picchi has over the years opened other well-known businesses in town, including a trattoria, theater club (Teatro del Sale), a Tuscan cooking school and finally CiBio, a grocery store within St. Ambrogio Market. Picchi has also written books on gastronomy and has collaborated on several TV shows. Nation Writes who was sick for some time.
We have left Fabio Beach. He went on tiptoe. But we will never forget it.
You have given so much to Florence and we owe you so much. I want to remember you like that, smiling and full of energy.
Hi Fabio, may the earth be light for you. pic.twitter.com/nCoii5cWNY
Dario Nardella February 25 2022
We will miss you so much, Fabio. But we will take with us your irrepressible hunger. Cry and hug Maria and your children. Hello, Column of Sant’Ambrogio, the old heart of Florence pic.twitter.com/LnnpmRbBLE
Matteo Renzi (@matteorenzi) February 25 2022
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