A Santa Lucia

Top choice neapolitan in Duomo & San Babila

Part of one of the great waves of migration from the south, Leone and Rosetta Legnani opened their first restaurant in 1929. They brought with them their warm-hearted Neapolitan cooking and old-school southern style, with plates of spaghetti alla vongole (spaghetti with clams) and garlic-slathered steaks delivered by waiters wearing impeccable white jackets. No wonder Frank Sinatra liked this place.

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