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Luini, Milan

16 Via Santa Radegonda
Italy 20121
Tel: 39 02 8646 1917's insider take:

Like many Italian cities, Milan does not have a highly developed snack-on-the-run culture. One of the few city-center addresses to offer more than the usual desultory tramezzini (sandwiches) is this tiny bakery on a side street off Piazza del Duomo. Though panzerotto—a small, fold-over pizza pie—is a Puglian speciality, Milanesi have taken to it enthusiastically, largely thanks to the efforts of the Luini family. The classic panzerotto is filled with tomato and mozzarella, but the ricotta e spinaci version is good, too. The place gets packed with hungry office workers at lunchtime, so come early or be prepared contend with the hungry masses.

Open Mondays 10 am to 3 pm, Tuesdays through Saturdays 10 am to 8 pm.

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