This cross between a neighborhood restaurant and a celebrity hangout is hidden behind Via Montenapoleone and thus handy to the restaurant-scarce Quadrilatero. Clients include families from this well-heeled area, professionals, football players, and television stars. What the menu lacks in originality it makes up for in reliable consistency—pizza and cotoletta, to name just two. Like any Italian restaurant, it's not child-friendly in an American sense—no high
chairs or children's menu—but children will find food they like. It's open until 12:30 am.
Via Bagutta 1, Milan, 20122, Italy