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 Camparino: shaken cocktails in Piazza Duomo

The banner Campari, gold on a black background, stands at the entrance of the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele. And it has been there since 1915, when the bar opened its doors to the public. The Camparino became famous in a blink of the eye thanks to its innovative plumbing system, which allowed the continuos flow of chilled soda from the basement to the counter. Meaning only one thing: infinite Negroni at any time of the day or the night!

In 1943, the gallery was hit by air raids and the Camparino was partially destroyed. Since then, the bar has undergone several transformations. The last one, certainly the most original, dates back to January 3, 2012 and it was carried out by Ugo Nespolo: simply head to the front door to notice its originality! The Camparino is still managed by Orlando Chiari and Teresa Miani, respectively Guglielmo Miani’s son-in-law and daughter, the tailor who arrived in Milan in 1922 and took over the direction of the bar. Enter the Camparino and order one of their cocktail: you can choose between a classic negroni or a Sbagliato or dare a little and opt for a shaken Campari or an orange passion… we’re sure you won’t be disappointed!

Piazza del Duomo, 21, 20121 Milano
€  8-20
Tue-Sun: 07.15-20.40
02 86464435
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