Ristorante Da Giacomo is a welcoming, peaceful and stylish family run place in which to spend a romantic evening, or to dine with a friend. The dining area is decorated in an early twentieth century style, with columns, arches and art deco lamps. The place is warm and welcoming, and there is a fresh vase of flowers on every table. House specialities are fish dishes: Swordfish Steak alla Giacomo, among other choices. The meat dishes are also excellent, and the desserts are recommended. The wine list offers a wide choice of quality vintages.
All American Diner is a great place to enjoy American food. They have a wonderful ambiance with a 1950s theme décor inside. The eatery serves some superb, succulent grilled meats, fries and huge hamburgers to satiate those hunger pangs. The restaurant also serves delicious American-style sandwiches with Tuscan sausages. You will also find a few Italian meat dishes for those who appreciate local cuisine. The restaurant hosts regular events and music shows to take you back to the Golden era of the 1950s.
The Tagiura bar is affectionately known by its regulars as 'Il Bar Bello.' And it is really beautiful with its colonial style decor and open air tables adorned with large vases full of flowers and standing on Persian carpets. The brioches filled with melted chocolate or stuffed with apple cinnamon are home-made. Even the whipped cream (used to top the coffee instead of milk) is home-made. To try these marvels you really need to get there early; after 10am there are no brioches left. In summer you can enjoy lunch outside. Choose from cold pasta, a plate of delicious limited edition cheese topped with honey or a plate of cured meats, from those on show in the window. The atmosphere is warm and welcoming the owners are pleasant and very courteous, ideal for a relaxing, work lunch or for a lovers' breakfast.
While most people know the Old Fashion Club as a thriving venue for parties, few are aware that it features a contemporary restaurant of the same name. Under the expert guidance of Chef Gilberto Baroni, the kitchen whips up splendid vegetarian-vegan specialties in a private terrace. As the day retreats to make way for darkness, the club steps out of its shadows to make way for classy, rocking nights - enjoy its hip hop music, dance away to groovy tunes or simply lounge in its uber stylish and contemporary quarters.
Margy Burger makes superb fries, hot-dogs, hamburgers, sandwiches, rolls and the like. Though a little old-fashioned, the eatery makes for it with its stellar burgers that are perfect to fix that fast food craving. Frequented by school and college kids looking for a budget-friendly meal as well as tourists, this local eatery is often crowded. If you are one of those who are tired after eating endless meals at places like Burger King or McDonald’s, you will love Margy’s for their classic American fare.
This is the best, non-touristy spot near the Fiera area where the pizza is made with great care. There is simple, white, no frills decor and tables peopled with young, smart Milanese (including many soccer players). The speedy yet courteous waiters wear black patterned waistcoats and will guide you through courses of carpaccio with grana, stuffed eggplant, risotti, spaghetti, fish and shrimps. The excellent, thin and crunchy pizzas are baked in a coal oven, and they will be only too happy to create specific dishes. Reasonable to medium prices.