Known mostly as one of Milan’s premiere artisanal chocolate shops, T’a now has a popular (and usually packed) bistro in the 17th-century Palazzo Clerici that’s especially popular for aperitivo hour. Part of the reason is the restaurant’s striking interior, created by architect Vincenzo de Cotiis. The slabs of marble, velvet banquettes, and cool, contemporary lighting make for a delightfully swanky spot to sip a cocktail and snack on olives, tuna tartare and pumpkin tarts.

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