Hard Rock Cafe Florence

+39 055 27 78 41
Brunelleschi 1, Piazza della Repubblica, 50123 Firenze
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Hours of Operation

Restaurant Hours:

Sun - Thu 12:00PM - 12:00AM
Fri & Sat 12:00PM - 1:00AM

Bar Hours:

Sun - Thu 12:00PM - 1:00AM
Fri & Sat 12:00PM - 2:00AM
(Coffee Bar) Mon - Sun 8:30AM - 12:00AM


Mon-Sun 8:30AM - 12:00AM

Hard Rock Cafe Florence Memorabilia

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Hard Rock Cafe Florence is home to music memorabilia from Hard Rock's world-famous collection and feature pieces from international icons and local legends.


Gibson Guitar

This battered 1969 Gibson Les Paul Deluxe was owned and operated by Aerosmith guitarist Brad Whitford. He changed the guitar’s pickups for a bigger tone.

Tom Hamilton


Aerosmith bassist Tom Hamilton wore this shirt onstage often during the late ‘90s and early ‘00s. He told us he liked it because it was reminiscent of the hippie era.

The Beatles

Cavern Club Letter

This very old Cavern Club membership card would be cool all by itself, but it’s also been signed by all 4 Beatles – making it truly spectacular.

Tony Iommi

Denim Shirt

Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi is the undisputed king of heavy metal guitar. In fact, he more or less invented the entire genre. This is an old denim shirt he wore on tour in the ‘70s.



Bono wore this hat onstage during U2’s 1987 tour in support of The Joshua Tree.

Bob Dylan

Set List

This is a handwritten set list from Bob Dylan’s 1988 tour.

The Who


This incredible instrument was made for John Entwistle by the Alembic Company. It’s one of the most recognizable basses in the world. John used this one on his solo album Too Late the Hero and posed with it for the album’s cover. John’s only comment on this bass was that it “weighs a ton”.

Red Hot Chili Peppers


When high school buddies Anthony Kiedis and Michael “Flea” Balzary formed a band in 1983, they never could have imagined what they’d achieve. Combining elements of funk, punk, metal and rap, the Chili Peppers forged a sound that was unique and quintessentially Californian. This Modulus bass was one of Flea’s personal instruments and was used on the Californication and By the Way world tours.

Jimi Hendrix

Silver Brooch

Jimi wore this silver brooch in the late ‘60s and later gave it to his friend Nancy Reiner. Nancy later designed Hendrix’ posthumous Cry of Love album cover.

Jimi Hendrix


On May 13th, 1967, Jimi Hendrix took the stage at Imperial College in London in this extra-groovy shirt. The opening act on the bill was a band called 1984. They had a young guitarist named Brian May. Later, Mr. May started a little band called Queen.

Cristina Scabbia


Milan-born rock powerhouse Cristina Scabbia and her group Lacuna Coil have taken their uniquely Italian brand of metal to every corner of the globe. These days, the group is world famous and Cristina’s powerful voice and unique beauty have made her an icon. She wore this dress in the band’s 2003 video for “Heaven’s a Lie”.

Mick Mars


Mötley Crüe guitarist Mick Mars wore this outfit onstage during the band’s 1984 tour in support of their breakthrough album Shout at the Devil.

Stevie Nicks

Velvet Coat

When Fleetwood Mac set out on tour in support of their Mirage album in 1982, Stevie Nicks took this velvet coat as part of her stage wardrobe.

Elvis Presley

Red Shirt

The King looked sharp in this red shirt as he lounged around Graceland in the ‘70s.


Handwritten Draft

This is a handwritten early draft of the song “The Glamorous Life” written by Prince and recorded by Sheila E in 1984. It’s written on stationery from the Le Parc Hotel.

Sid Vicious


In this extremely sad letter, Sid Vicious’ mother Anne is writing to her boyfriend as Sid is locked up in Bellevue hospital after the murder of Nancy Spungeon. In it, she speaks of Sid’s depression (referring to him by his real name – Simon) in the wake of Nancy’s death and her concern that he would try to commit suicide – which he did 3 months later.

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