Milan, you know, is the capital of Happy Hour. From 18.00 to 21.00 it is possible in all bar of Milan to enjoy a generous appetizer with the purchase of a cocktail that goes approximately from 8 to 16 euro. Dishes to be filled to the brim with pasta kept warm in aluminum tanks, tarts, cakes, pizzas, sausages fumigants and more. Let’s find out what are the most trendy richest buffet clubs for the Happy Hour …
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This bakery is located in one of the most exclusive streets of Milan, Via Spadari, and it is the perfect place to take a break tasting the famous macarons, the French cakes that made Ladurée famous worldwide. Despite its specialties are sweets, Ladurée is not a simple pastry, but a real boutique, where you can also buy books and design items for your home, such as candles and fragrances for the environment.
Columns of San Lorenzo are an ancient medieval building in Milan, built with materials from the Romans and positioned in front of the Basilica of San Lorenzo, near the medieval port Ticino. They represent one of the few surviving relics of the imperial Milan. The Columns of San Lorenzo is also the meeting point of the evening for many people. Around the “Columns of San Lorenzo” in fact there are many places and restaurants, bars and pubs that attract all types of customers. In particular they are the right place to organize the typical Milanese Happy Hour.
Corso Como is a pedestrian shopping street and one of the centers of nightlife and entertainment in Milan. About 280 meters long, it connects Piazza XXV Aprile with Porta Garibaldi Station. The square is connected to the south, with Corso Garibaldi, with which it forms a long pedestrian promenade. The street is characterized by numerous barl and clubs which make up the so-called “Milan to drink”. At the number 10 of Corso Como Street lies the famous Galleria Carla Sozzani, while in the southern end, in Piazza XXV Aprile, there’s the historic Teatro Smeraldo, inside which today hosts Eataly.