OTE's recommendations for day 2


We recommend some bars and restaurants in Milan…

Best of the bars

GogangaThis relaxed club is perfect if you want to dance the night away. Most evenings there is a DJ or live music and themed parties are arranged throughout the year. It is best to go before midnight as the club can get full quickly.Address: Via Cadolini 39, 20137

Honky TonksHonky Tonks, a former office and now a smoky jazz bar, is full of battered furniture, cigar-smoking clientele and Tex Mex food. Kick back, relax and enjoy the jazz while the barman makes you a deliciously smooth and technicallyimpeccable cocktail.Address: Via Fratelli Induno, 10 Fiera, 20154

Riveting restaurants

Al ValentinoPossibly the most serious and posh pizzeria in the world, Al Valentino does everything in style. You can order a pizza with carpaccio, truffle paste and rocket for a small price. They also offer seafood and pasta dishes with an eclectic choice of appetizers and wine.Address: Via Luigi Faravelli 8, 20149

Lon FonIf you fancy a break from Italian fare, this bustling, family-friendly Chinese restaurant is perfect for large, hungry groups. Lon Fon is ideal for fussy eaters, as the staff will take it upon themselves to cater for your personal needs. Items on the menu include: fresh steamed sea bass, fried rice, garlic chili prawns, mixed vegetables, beef chow mein and many more.Address: Via Lazzaretto 10, 20124

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