The aperitivo, or prelunch or predinner drink, is available everywhere in Italy, but it is a big part of Milanese life and a must-try. Milan bar owners have enriched the usual nibbles of olives, nuts, and chips with full finger (and often fork) buffets serving cubes of pizza and cheese, fried vegetables, rice salad, sushi, and even pasta, and they’ve baptized it "Appy Hour" (with the first "h" dropped and the second one pronounced). For the price of a drink (around €8), you can make a meal of hors d'oeuvres—but don't be greedy.

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  • 1. Peck Italian Bar

    Duomo | Bars/Pubs

    This foodie paradise near the Duomo has an enormous deli featuring Italian specialty foods, as well as a refined bar, restaurant, and café that...Read More

  • 2. 'N Ombra de Vin

    Brera | Wine Bars

    This highly rated enoteca serves wine by the glass and, in addition to the plates of sausage and cheese nibbles, has light food and not-so-light...Read More

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