Zucca in the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is much more than just a historic café, it is an institution.
Situated in front of the Duomo, at the entrance to the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, this historic cafè holds the honour of supposedly having introduced Milan to the aperitivo in the Eighties. A meeting point for artists, writers and politicians, this is a good place to meet for a drink or lunch. Today, it offers also the aperitivo. An experience well worth trying.
Highlights include “Foamed Espresso” (based on an idea by Lavazza in collaboration with the famous Catalan chef Ferran Adriá) and Zucca’s renowned rabarbaro, a delicious bittersweet drink made with rhubarb. Closed on Mon. www.caffemiani.it
M1-M3 Duomo. Piazza Duomo, 21. – T: 02 86464435.