Ferdinando Baratti and Edoardo Milano, opened a small shop in Via di Dora Grossa (now Via Garibaldi) in 1858. In 1875, success led to its transformation into a confectioner’s in Galleria Subalpina and, for the Universal Exhibition of 1911, it expanded into a café under the arcades of Piazza Castello. This gem of late-Liberty elegance, designed by the architect Casanova, is a place where, like Pietro Mascagni, one can spend a whole afternoon satiating both palate and eye. As Guido Gozzano did when he sat at a table and composed a rhyming scherzo on women and sweetness.
Piazza Castello 27, 10123 Torino (TO)
- Baratti & Milano - Manager
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