The Fiore bakery is famous not only for its Focacce. The columns of the bakery, a 13th century Byzantine chapel, are rich in effigies and references to Saint Nicholas. The odours, flavours and culinary specialties are mixed with objects, sacred elements and photographs that trace the history of the bakery.
The bakery is located in a deconsecrated church, a Byzantine chapel dating from the thirteenth century, whose memory emerges already outside, including decorations in the form of a coat of arms and relief sculptures.
Inside the room there are four arches supported by four columns that project into the bowels of the city. Royal historical values that have placed the room under the supervision of the Superintendence.