Crush Finals in Milan’s Cozy Cafes and Enchanting Christmas Lights

I decided to lock myself in my room for a weekend to get all my work done so I could have more free time to have fun. Well, I didn’t literally lock myself in, but you get the idea. Even so, I made sure to take some time to see my friends, and we went to a new restaurant in my neighborhood called Gino Sorbillo Lievito in Tortona.

We’d heard that the restaurant served cuisine from Naples, and since it had just opened two weeks ago, we thought it was worth a try. When we got there around 8 pm, the place was packed. They don’t take reservations, so we had to wait, but we managed to get a table eventually.

The restaurant is small and cozy, with two floors. We were seated on the ground floor, which I thought was better since it was more private. I ordered a spaghetti dish for 9 euros, and it was delicious. My friends got huge pizzas, and they seemed to love them.

Overall, I had a great time trying out this new restaurant with my friends. Gino Sorbillo Lievito in Tortona is definitely worth a visit if you’re in the neighborhood!

If you’ve ever experienced winter in a city, you know how beautiful it can be with all the twinkling Christmas lights. That’s exactly what’s happening here in Milan, and it’s truly magical. But, you’ve probably also noticed how cold it’s become lately. To keep myself warm, I’ve been spending more time in cozy cafès, which is one of my favorite things to do, especially when it’s chilly outside.

Recently, I discovered this cute little café called Café Gorille in Garibaldi. It’s the perfect spot to relax, hang out with friends, and enjoy a warm cup of coffee or a tasty snack. I have a serious addiction to caffeine, and this place did not disappoint. The coffee was so good that I just had to order another one. The best part is that the prices are reasonable, and the atmosphere is very welcoming. If you’re looking for a new café to check out in Milan, I definitely recommend Café Gorille. It’s the perfect spot to warm up and unwind during the winter months.


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