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Try Italian tradition at new aperitivi bar

Milano, St Mary's Hill, Stamford. From left, owner Giovanni De Raco, Patrizia Pratico, Deborah Pratico and Luca Scaramozzino.
Photo: MSMP190314-007ow EMN-140319-155303001

Milano, St Mary's Hill, Stamford. From left, owner Giovanni De Raco, Patrizia Pratico, Deborah Pratico and Luca Scaramozzino. Photo: MSMP190314-007ow EMN-140319-155303001

A new Italian bar has opened in Stamford.

Milano bar and aperitivi has taken on the former Truffles building in St Mary’s Hill.

Decorated in an authentic Italian fashion, the bar serves fine Italian coffee and a range of sweet and savoury breakfasts, paninis and bruschettas at lunch and daily specials.

From 5pm it is then aperitivo time. Owner Giovanni De Raco said the tradition was “deeply rooted in Italian culture.”

He added: “The ritual is about relaxing after a long day at work with good company a good drink and even better company.

“Some delicious nibbles are available until 9pm to accompany your favourite drink.”

l Plans to turn a former video rental store into a coffee shop have been revealed.

K Szypryt, of Swanhill, Wansford, has applied to convert the former Blockbuster store in Iron-monger Street, Stamford.

According to the planning application, the new business would be called Cafe au Chocolat and would create five part-time jobs.

 

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