After launching with a Cajun menu inspired by typical New Orleans flavours, today Blue Note continues its pursuit of culinary innovation thanks to an agreement with Don Lisander, a restaurant renowned for serving the most authentic dishes of Milanese cuisine since 1947. Four specialities signed by the historic restaurant have now become a fixture on the menu at Blue Note. These include Mondeghili, typical Milanese meatballs, risotto, traditional braised meats and ‘amor polenta’, a dessert that pays tribute to polenta, a ‘poor’ but dearly-loved ingredient. Thanks to a partnership between Federico Tronci, the chef of Blue Note Milano, and Filippo Cavalera, the chef of Don Lisander, the locale is set to become an even more integral part of the city, by creating an imaginary bridge between the United States, the home of jazz, and Milan, a city symbolizing the best of Italian cuisine. Every evening, from Tuesday to Thursday, with the exception of a single performance on Sunday and possible variations on the calendar, the club features two shows starting at 9pm and 11pm. Alternatively, on Fridays and Saturdays, shows start at 9pm and 11.30pm.