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Via Elia Lombardini, 1, Milan; Tel.: 02-58111224; 348-7408385
Damm-atra' means "listen to me" or "pay attention to me" in the Lombard dialect. The place, located in the trendy Navigli neighborhood, serves authentic Milanese cuisine and pizzas baked in a wood-burning oven. With cordial service in a small dining room with a vintage feel and 3-course menu of typical dishes priced at 25,00 euro, Damm-atra' is an address to remember.
Piazza Dante Alighieri, 1, Radda in Chianti; Tel.: 0577-738815
In the 1400s the building where Bar Dante is functioned as a public oven where villagers came to bake their own bread. Today, the place serves more than 15 types of pastries each morning. For lunch and dinner, the oven does double duty, baking five kinds of bruschetta, the house specialty. The piatto del giorno might be picci al anatra - thick, handmade spaghetti in a duck ragu'.
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