The café that made the history of Oneglia, with its century-old furnishings and the same family always at the helm. This was the café of gentlemen, where only graduates were admitted. The radio and the first public telephone appeared here. In 1908, Mussolini was slapped in the face by the landlady after he made an impudent compliment. With a fourteen-minute advantage, Coppi left the Milan-Sanremo, popped in for a cup of coffee and went on to win the race. Calvino, President Pertini and composer Berio were all at home here.
Piazza Dante 2, 18100 Imperia-Oneglia (IM)
- Maria Teresa Piccardo - Licensee
- Carla Piccardo - Licensee
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