OTE's recommendations for day 4


We recommend bars and restaurants to visit in Milan...

Best of the bars

PropagandaIn a nutshell Propaganda is a posh nightclubover lots of floors. Featuring many dance floorsand bars, this place is very popular with bothtourists and locals alike. Despite it’s suaveappearance, Propaganda sells most drinks atvery reasonable prices. It is a prime example ofthe Milanese disco scene.Address: Via Castelbarco 11, 20136

GoldAnother bar owned by a world-renowneddesigner is the Gold bar run by Dolce andGabbana. The glitzy bar stays true to it’sname with quite elaborate décor. Upstairs is aformal restaurant available for dinner only anddownstairs is an all-day bistro and bar. Withsuch a fashionable crowd, even Madonna hasbeen known to go here, Gold is the perfectplace to indulge in some people watching.Address: Piaza Risorgimento, 20129

Riveting restaurants

La Dogana del BuongustoFor home-cooked Italian comfort food inthe centre of Milan then visit La Dogana delBuongusto. Run by afather and son team, therestaurant has a friendlyenvironment. Don’t worryif your Italian isn’t upto scratch, the waitersare more than happyto translate the menufor you. La Dogana delBuongusto manages tomaintain an individualcharm within the touristyhub of central Milan.Address: Via Molino delle Armi 48, 20123
Tel.: +39 (0)2 832 42444

202 The GrillWith bare brick walls and Banksy artwork youwill feel like you’re in a downtown Brooklynrestaurant than in the centre of Milan. Chicken isfried in a homemade breadcrumb and seasoningmix and the burgers are the tallest in Italy.Everything is American except the beer… whichis a draft from Saronno in Italy. So, if you want abreak from seafood, pasta and pizza then headdown to 202 The Grill for a little taste of the USA.Address: Via Cesare da Sesto 1, 20123
Tel.: Via Cesare da Sesto 1, 20123

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