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Italian tradition and what is a Milanese aperitif

Luchshij aperitiv v Milane

Italian tradition of a Milanese aperitif. The tradition of Italians gathering for a glass of liquor and a small snack appeared very long ago. Now it’s a very convenient pastime, because in the Happy Hour” you can have a glass of something stronger and enjoy a variety of snacks in the form of nuts, olives, traditional crackers, fruits, various types of cheese and pizza.

Italian tradition of a Milanese aperitif

Milanese aperitif

In some places, the choice of snacks is so diverse that it can replace a full dinner, where you will be served with lasagna, and chicken, and many other traditional dishes.
Stay at the aperitif – a great choice of pastimes and dinners for many. A buffet of snacks allows you to choose anything you want for only 6-8 euros. All you need to do is order an alcoholic or non-alcoholic cocktail or a glass of wine and you can eat as much as you want.

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Milanese aperitif

Note: The price of aperitif includes 1 glass of cocktail or wine and all the snacks on the buffet in any quantity, when ordering a second cocktail you pay extra cost.
Happy hour” hours start at 18.00 and end at 20.00/21.00, depending on the establishment.

The most suitable areas for an aperitif are Corso Como, Corso Garibaldi, Corso Sempione, Brera, Navigli.