A symbol of the culture of Duomo and Galleria in Milan. Verdi and Boito, Puccini, Illica and Giacosa would all come after the show at La Scala. King Humbert I and Edward VII of England went to the bar to enjoy a Bitter, which inspired the posters created by Cappiello, Nizzoli, Dudovich, and Depero. Patrons included the Italian premier Zanardelli, the co-founder of Il Corriere Torelli-Viollier, the playwright Cavallotti, and the publisher Giulio Ricordi. A masterpiece of Liberty design, with a counter made by the cabinet maker Quarti, chandeliers by the artist-blacksmith Mazzucotelli, and mosaics by D’Andrea.
Piazza Duomo 21, 20121 Milano (MI)
- Teresa Miani - Executive director
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