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Late-night or 24-hour restaurants?

Muskego, Wisconsin
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Late-night or 24-hour restaurants?

Hi!

Does anyone know any restaurants that are open past midnight (or 24 hours) that might have good pizza/Italian food? I realize it's late, but I want to maximize all the food I can get while we are in Italy, and that's when we arrive the first night! :)

We'll be staying at the Hotel Garda near Milano Centrale that evening.

Thanks!

Milan, Italy
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1. Re: Late-night or 24-hour restaurants?

hi Kari_M_0301

sorry but on my experience the nicest restaurant are not open 24 hours and usually they close around 11PM or midnight.

You can try to Calafuria http://www.pizzeriacalafuria.com/ It closes at 2AM and there is both a good pizza or Italian food.

This is also a good pizzeria, nearby Milan centrale, but it closes around 11.30PM: www.pizzeriaspontini.it/buenos_aires.html

regards..

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2. Re: Late-night or 24-hour restaurants?

www.nightfood.it delivery service all night long

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3. Re: Late-night or 24-hour restaurants?

This place is open till late, it's got excellent pizzas and good food, and it's not too far from Centrale Station.

tripadvisor.it/Restaurant_Review-g187849-d12…

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