Woodstock 3 Milan

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Lavish lunch breaks or late-night beers can be a hot topic in Milan, yet Woodstock 3 would be the perfect answer in both cases if you’re in the Porta Genova area.

As far back as I can remember, this friendly restaurant/ pizzeria has always been a reliable place to grab a generous bite and also an affordable one. What at a first glimpse looks like a regular pizza parlor turns out to be a proper restaurant with honest food options and a great (and pretty fast!) service: that’s why many students and people who work in the area choose this spot for lunch. Woodstock is one of the temples of pizza by the slice – you should expect a thick pizza slice, not the Neapolitan round pizza – where you will enjoy a yummy regular cut or opt for the abundant slice. Piece of advice, the abundant slice really is abundant.

For pretty much the same price you’ll be able to get a tasty “primo”, that would be pasta, gnocchi or tagliatelle, or a salad; meat-based “secondi” will be a bit more expensive. Besides, Woodstock 3 stays open till late and is a good option if you want to have a little nightcap after a night out.

Lately, there has been a proliferation of cafes, small restaurants and street food delis in Milan, especially in the tourist areas. Luckily enough, a few old-style eateries are still there, and Woodstock 3 definitely makes the list in the local people’s choice award.

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Susanna from Milan

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Address

Via Vigevano 43, Milan

Telephone number

+39028373700

Opening Times

Mon - Sun 12:00 - 16:00 & 19:00 - 03:00

Price

Big pizza slice: € 9

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Last Changed Date: 2016-05-19 11:45:13 +0200 (Thu, 19 May 2016)