As soon as it opened in 1924, this
restaurant became popular as the "Trattoria" where the literary world
met. In 1927, the well-known Italian writer Orio Vergani founded the Bagutta
Prize, an yearly award for the best-selling book of the year. The...
of the Trattoria comes from the Lombard word "begutto" (glutton); a
notarial deed dated 1284, preserved at the State Archive
of Milan, testify its existence as a tavern. In 1400 it was called
"Hostaria dei gamberi”; in 1580 was instead ca...
The nineteenth century "Thieves
Inn" which, in the past, was frequented by professional highwaymen, is the
last of the authentic Milanese inns situated on the outskirts of the city. It
has yellow walls, vast public rooms and a splendid secular gar...
complicity of the host-patriot, the Five Days of Milan also started
from the tavern of Boeucc which was then located in Via Durini on the
corner of via Borgogna. The tavern moved in 1939 in the building
that belonged to Parini, and that w...
The old windows,
the floors, the wood panelling, the tiled stoves, the furniture, and
the paintings: everything was left as it was, even the cage with
the weigh machinery once used to the duty of
Porta Comasina. It is one of the last, glorious inn...
nineteenth century, the restaurant was an inn with accommodations and
stables surrounded by poplar trees (hence the name "Pobbia"). Since
1906, it even became a stop and ticket office of the steam
tramway line Milano-Gallarate. Today it is ...
In 1929, it introduced pizza and Neapolitan
cuisine in Milan, attracting even D'Annunzio and Mascagni. The restaurant was
discovered by the world of the theatre and became a traditional late-night
venue for Joséphine Baker, Yves Montand, Tofano, S...
Originally founded as Birreria Stocker, after
a couple of years Virgilio Savini transformed it into the most elegant
establishment in the city. It is a temple of gastronomic hospitality in Milan,
and the greatest minds, such as Puccini, Mascagni, ...