Description

Just inside Vittorio Emanuele II Gallery in Milan, a symbol of Milanese aperitif and the city’s history is still going strong. It was in 1867 that Gaspare Campari opened Caffè Campari at the corner with Piazza Duomo. In the same year was born his son Davide, that in 1915 would give life to Camparino in Galleria as a kind of younger sibling to Caffè Campari. From that moment on, Milan-style aperitif – meaning the one served at the counter – became a ritual that head bartender Tommaso Cecca and his team celebrate to this day. Clients can access the three floors of the bar at every moment of the day and savor classic and signature cocktails prepared by the staff. The first floor is all about tailor-made service, with food pairings designed by 2 Michelin-star chef Davide Oldani, but it’s on the ground floor that you can genuinely experience history. The underground floor holds a unique space devoted to tastings and private events. The laboratory exclusively uses fresh ingredients, and over 200 botanicals are the base for 50 different preparations. Tommaso’s favorite cocktail? Negroni.

Open
Open hours today: 08:30 - 00:00
  • Monday

    08:30 - 00:00

  • Tuesday

    08:30 - 00:00

  • Wednesday

    08:30 - 00:00

  • Thursday

    08:30 - 00:00

  • Friday

    08:30 - 00:00

  • Saturday

    08:30 - 00:00

  • Sunday

    08:30 - 00:00

  • 20/05/2022 22:55 local time

Location

Piazza del Duomo, 21, Milano MI

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