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Updated: Mar 24, 2022

Fancy a pizza but don't know where to go? Here are 5 proposals not to be missed

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Weekend, group of friends, indecision about where to eat. What better way to satisfy everyone than a nice pizza with friends? Pizza is always a good idea for spending an evening with friends, colleagues or family, without having to worry about pleasing everyone. Here are 5 pizzerias that are not to be missed, but which represent only a small part of all the proposals offered by the city.



Via Ugo Foscolo 1

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In a location at the foot of the Cathedral, Gino Sorbillo offers his customers an excellent pizza from the Campania tradition. We can find several pizzerias scattered around the city, not only in Milan, but also in Rome and of course Naples, where the first restaurant was opened. The prices are in the city average and if you want to know the menu you can find it here.



Various Venues: Isola, Centrale, Porta Romana, Navigli, Colonne

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Berberè offers different types of pizza made with a live sourdough starter, using only seasonal ingredients, and also offering dough with different cereals. Another important feature is the location, which is always meticulously maintained. The first restaurant was opened in Bologna by two brothers in 2010, and today it has five restaurants in Milan, but also in Rome, Florence, Turin and even London.The pizzas offered are varied, from the simplest like the Margherita and the Marinara to the most refined. All pizzas are brought to the table already cut to allow conviviality and is a great place to spend an evening with friends. For info on the menu visit the site.



Via Francesco Londino 22 e Via Pietro Orseolo 1

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Capuano's was one of the first Neapolitan pizzerias to bring Neapolitan tradition to Milan and now has two locations in the city. Entering the restaurant you can't help but notice many references to the number 7, a lucky number for the Capuano family and the day of important events, so this reference could not be missing from the restaurant. In fact, everything from the walls, to the menu, to the name and even the preparation of the dough, revolves around this number. To see all the proposals, here is the menu. Tip: try the pizza fritta (fried pizza), still one of the best in town.



Piazzale Segrino 1

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The restaurant, with its Neapolitan atmosphere, offers traditional, contemporary and gourmet pizzas. The only downside is that it is not possible to make a reservation, so there is a bit of a queue, but on the upside, glasses of sparkling wine and fried pizzas are offered to help you pass the time. There are also bitters and sweets on offer, but for the sweet tooth there are also more substantial desserts. All available products can be found on the site.



Via Alessandro Volta 20

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This pizzeria has only been open for a few months but has already been very successful, offering a very soft pizza with a fluffy crust. As per the menu, in addition to pizzas, they also offer a trio of montanare, traditional fried food, homemade desserts and some salads. All in a modern atmosphere in the Moscova area.


This concludes our short proposal on some of the most famous and not to be missed pizzerias in Milan. When you don't know where to go, a pizza always solves the situation, so we hope this short guide has been useful and introduced you to new places. If you have any other places you'd like us to know about, don't hesitate to let us know by leaving a comment and come back for more tips on the city.


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