Terrazza Aperol, Roialto and Radetzky Café are some of the best options to take the aperitif in the most famous metropolis in Northern Italy
Via Piero della Francesca 55
Considered one of the largest bars in the world, with an area of over 17,200 square feet, Roialto opens for the aperitif at 6 PM serving a great selection of Italian cheeses and salads. In its ten gastronomic stalls, managed by ten different chefs, guests can taste all the food and wine they want until 11 PM. Their small, freshly prepared pasta dishes and delicious antipasti, are not to be missed. At night, the party goes on until late with live music concerts.
Corso Garibaldi 105
Radetzky, a busy cafe with a beautiful décor and innovative structure designed by architect Costa Florenzia, opened in 1988. The uniqueness of its spaces and its charming atmosphere make it a favorite hangout for architects, designers and the art set. In fact, it has become a reference point in the Milanese social life. The kitchen delivers light meals with simple preparations and high-quality ingredients, such as wild smoked salmon, fine oysters and exclusive Italian caviar. The exquisite dishes can be accompanied by cocktails, or you can choose from their wide selection of excellent Italian wines. ■
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