Typical place in Milan, young and modern, housed in a late nineteenth century building where the red brick, high ceilings and vaults that separate sections of the local fully reflect the style of that time.
We are on the Naviglio canal, a system of canals dating back to mid-fifteenth century designed by many engineers, including Leonardo Da Vinci, which was used for defence purposes but also to provide the water necessary for the sustenance of the city and to transport of goods.
From the ancient system of canals remain today only three, in fact, were gradually covered from the nineteenth century until the full coverage of the inner circle in the thirties.
The SPRITZ overlooking the Naviglio Grande in the heart of this ancient design, offers a pleasant atmosphere with soft light and music to spend a relaxing and funny evening.
Our specialty is the Milanese aperitif, a cocktail or a glass of wine accompanied by a superb buffet of hot and cold food freshly cooked in our kitchen.
SPRITZ is probably the most traditional Italian aperitif, whose native historians have roots in the days of the administration of Austria-Hungary in the Veneto, in particular in the area of Venice and Trieste. In his original recipe was obtained by simple mixing of sparkling water and white wine. Over the years, changes have been made to become what it is today: one of the most popular aperitif cocktails.