Via Solferino 33 milan
When Pisacco opened in 2013, it launched a veritable Milanese food revolution of smaller, hip eateries that blurred the lines between bar/aperitif and restaurant/dinner. Dry, located across the street, is the brainchild of the same owners and its genius blend of cocktail bar-meets-pizza joint remains a huge hit. There are devotees who consider this the best pizza in Milan.
The menu is small and mostly focused on delicious pizzas and focaccio, alongside some small-plate appetizers and salads. The cocktail list is substantial and runs the gamut from the classics (a mean Negroni or Martinez) to the esoteric (like the Lord Byron, a lethal concoction of Campari, bourbon, dry vermouth and a Benedictine herbal liquor). The room up front is where the action is, but it becomes a bit of a scene as the evening wears on, so travelers who want to enjoy a more peaceful dinner can also reserve a table in the serene dining room in the back.
Written by Simone Girner