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In Milan there is a place closely linked to the artistic and cultural movements of the 1900s, where an aperitif means taking part in a legend, where celebrities mingle with ordinary people, the favorite place of coolhunters, a place where new ideas are generated…. we are talking about the mythical Camparino, where thoughts take shape when accompanied by a Campari..


Bar of Passo-Camparino Ph. Marco Curatolo

In 1915 Davide Campari opened Camparino in the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan, being the favorite place of King Humbert I and Verdi. Several artists intervened in its interior designwith aesthetic canons in the Art Nouveau style. In November 2019 it reopens its doors with a renewed identity expanding the offer of food and drinks, thus becoming one of the most influential establishments for lovers of mixology and gastronomic innovation.


Bartenders preparing the Campari-based cocktails

This new gastronomic offer includes the Pan’cot, made with the best whole wheat flours and serving as a base for delicious combinations of meat, fish, fruits and vegetables and conceived to be combined with a menu of cocktails, highlighting the Negroni, whose origin dates back to 1919 when Count Negroni added to his Americano a touch of Gin instead of soda, creating one of the most famous cocktails in the world.


Details of the Camparino, in the central photo, overlooking the Duomo.

The art of Campari mixology meets the talent of Michelin-starred chef Davide Oldani, who creates the Pan’cot, which you can only find at Camparino. The result is a journey through the senses, embracing the past and shaping a food pairing experience that goes beyond the contemporary.


Camparino menu with wine pairing

The art of the croissant

Every day, they produce “in house” a unique range of croissants including “La Lina”, a red croissant, dyed with Campari and made exclusively with sourdough. An unparalleled combination of flavors.


Campari tinted croissant

Gathering at the Camparino for a cocktail before going to La Scala, to the launch of an exhibition at the Palazzo Reale, or simply for a drink after work, is not just a ritual: it is an Italian tradition that has made Milan the most prestigious and authentic sanctuary.

Campari can be tasted in every bar in the world. Even so, without a doubt, it is at the Camparino and with its version of the Negroni where you can enjoy it like a true Milanese.


The Group has actively participated in the response to the crisis by supporting local communities with cash donations; the production of hand sanitizer, relief funds and many other activities in various countries around the world. It is very committed to supporting the hospitality industry which has been particularly hard hit by the crisis with the aim of generating significant financial, organizational and educational support for the bartending community and the many professionals in the trade.


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