Since 1883, Peck's has styled itself, “the Temple of Italian Gastronomy”; for the Milanese, this favourite luxury delicatessen is on a par ... More
Since 1883, Peck's has styled itself, “the Temple of Italian Gastronomy”; for the Milanese, this favourite luxury delicatessen is on a par with Fauchon in Paris or London's Harrods. Buy some delicious Prosciutto or parmesan cheese to take away or have shipped home. For more of the same at a luxurious sit-down meal and for a taste of the deli's fabulous desserts, pop into its restaurant near the shop (just along from the Duomo). The eatery remains closed on Sundays.
Not far from the railway track of Porta Genova with an atmosphere typical of old Milan, this restaurant belongs, without
a doubt to those places that have made this area south of the cathedral, towards the Navigli and Ticinese, ...
This young bar has thrown itself with all of its might into the Milanese nightlife and has, with full right,
acquired a place of honour among the most à la mode bars in the city. It is divided into ...
One of the first discos in Milan, The Old Fashioned continues to pump out the dance tunes, but only after
serving lovely candlelit dinners in the evenings. Different music is served up each weeknight; the crowd usually starts jumping ...