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This is one of the places which made Milan famous as a city for drinking. Campari - a well-known drink used for cocktails or drunk on its own - was invented here in 1867. The splendid Galleria is opposite the Duomo, and the raised panoramic hall is decorated in period style. Camparino In Galleria is a fantastic place that illustrates culture and history. It claims to be an institution, and not a cafe. Whatever you ask for will be given to you, whether you are a VIP, a tourist or a local.
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.
Designed by the versatile Tuscan designer Roberto Cavalli, 'Just Cavalli Cafe' is a meeting place of the high class society of Milan. The interiors are done tastefully with teak floors, small spotlights and comfortable seats with a look that changes once a year. A beautiful outdoor flower garden with sofa cushion chairs and candles, that complements the foot thumping music of the DJ, is quite inviting. Nominated as the "Best Non-Disco Club 2003 ", for most innovative style and glamor, this is the right place to add a bit of pinch and glamor to your food and drinks.
The Principe Bar at the Hotel Principe di Savoia is visually pleasing with its bold strokes of baroque touches, beautiful exquisite upholstery, marble and a sophisticated colored glass dome ceiling. Excellent for a meeting or an intimate rendezvous: with a salon and a nook where you can enjoy a quiet cocktail or coffee or any beverage of your choice. Meet new people as you sip on a soothing drink while listening to the melodious piano tunes in the background. Check website for more details.
Giannino is a temple of Italian traditional haute cuisine, where you can relax assured of the fact that this is an excellent quality restaurant. Belle epoque rooms create a sophisticated atmosphere while perfect service makes this high-end diner worth a visit. If you go there for lunch don't take your car: parking can be really hard, since the little parking lot just outside is always full. Customers can be assured that anything on the menu is first-class, from home-made pastas to seafood, from desserts to wines. Their specialties include saffron risotto, turbot with laurel and sweet garlic sauce, and the cream and apricot dessert. One special suggestion is the classic Cotoletta alla milanese: Giannino's version is sublime.
Rub shoulders with Milans fashion glitterati in one of the most happening night spots on the Milan club scene. At Club Hollywood you will find the who who of the glamour world in Milan. With some of the best music been played here guest party till the wee hours. Do not be put off by the queues at the door or the club's strict entrance policy; this might not be one of the easiest of places to get into, but it's well-worth the effort. Inside it is a bit of a squeeze - not that anyone is complaining about it!
Since 1932, the Excelsior Hotel Gallia hotel has been one of the more stylish places to stay. Located close to the railway station and major landmarks like La Scala opera house and the city's luxury boutiques on Via Montenapoleone, the hotel is situated quite favorably for both tourists and business travelers. The magnificent foyer is a hint of the comfort that awaits in the hotel's exquisitely furnished bedrooms and suites. While here, you can indulge yourself in a few treatments at the spa and sauna, work up a sweat in the gym and dine at the hotel's elegant Gallia Restaurant. The blend of beautiful historic architecture and modern amenities makes it a truly luxurious place to stay while in Milan.