In 1929, it introduced pizza and Neapolitan cuisine to Milan,
attracting even D’Annunzio and Mascagni. The restaurant was
discovered by the world of the theatre and became a traditional latenight
venue for Joséphine Baker, Yves Montand, Tofano, Stoppa,
Morelli, Totò, De Filippo, Osiris, and then Mastroianni, Sinatra, Liza
Minnelli, each with their own place for years. All are immortalised
in over 400 portraits on the walls. They are accompanied by a host
of stars, industrialists, film directors and journalists.