Caffé Mulassano

Piedmont was at the forefront of the artisanal and industrial production of aperitifs (alcoholic drinks served before a meal) in the 18th century. Household names such as Cinzano, Vermouth and Martini all hail from the region. This historic café on Piazza Castello, once the exclusive hangout of royals and performers at the nearby Teatro Regio opera house, is the ideal location for whetting your appetite before dinner with its house-made Vermouth. Try it (or a cocktail made with it if you don't fancy the drink straight) with some stuzzichini (savory appetizers) such as one of their 40 different tramezzini. The café claims it invented the triangular-shaped sandwiches.

Piazza Castello, 15, 10123 Torino, Italy
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Opening times
Tue: 07.30 am - 12.00 am
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