Corso Garibaldi 55
From Monday to Sunday 11:00 – 1:00
Corso Garibaldi is an important milanese artery that starts from the famous Corso Como (trendy nightlife area) with the Piazza Gae Aulenti business center and its glass skyscrapers that have redesigned the city skyline; alongside you can see the famous vertical forest in Porta Nuova by architect Stefano Boeri decreed as the most beautiful skyscraper in the world. On the opposite side of the street we find the tradition: the picturesque Brera district, the city’s good living room with the famous art gallery, showrooms, fashion ateliers and its elegant nightlife. In the midst of all this, but right in the middle, we are there! Our restaurant is really very nice, externally it has a characteristic portal with granite columns that supports a small terrace, the large sidewalk in front the outdoor area made with those salvaged furnishings that characterize all our shops, in this case old sewing machines in cast iron, they serve as tables on which tourists and milanese practice their favorite sport: look at how passers-by are dressed! Inside you can take a dip in the past that tastes like an old tuscan tavern.
Wooden beams and ceilings, recycled tables made with nineteenth-century shutters, cinema chairs, boiserie on the walls, coatings made with ancient polychrome tiles and many other details, such as photos and antique invoices on the walls or shelves full of brushes and colors of a ceramic painter. The two bathrooms are both a small bijoux and even the lower floor has that warm and familiar atmosphere that puts everyone at ease with old wooden shelves full of bottles and the ceiling made with old ceramic wood tables. In total, we can accommodate about 70 people internally and about 25 outside and we often host private events, presentations, corporate free-time and graduation parties. Coming to the important things in life, here is a small summary of our gastronomic offer: first our famous and spectacular cutting boards of cold cuts, cheeses, croutons and jams, the stuffed tuscan flatbreads, salads, carpaccio, fondues and the famous Porchetta from Chianti, more obviously some hot dish of the day of the tuscan tradition. For wines there is only the embarrassment of choice with hundreds of labels, many of which can also be tasted by the glass (being in Milan the spritz is a must, but it is made with our sparkling bubbles). La Prosciutteria di Firenze in Corso Garibaldi in Milan practices a very careful pricing policy and for this reason it is often crowded, so reservations are recommended! If you plan to arrive by metro you will find us equidistant between the Moscova and Lanza stops of the green line.
Finally, we remind you that here as well as in all our places it is possible to do shopping and take away wines, preserves and all products tasted like an old but modern food “shop”.