Dry opened in 2013 across the street from sister restaurant Pisacco, a popular bistro and aperitivo bar that shares the same industrial chic décor (a feature of more than a few Milanese bars). Dry, however, distinguishes itself with its menu, serving thick-rimmed Neapolitan-style pizzas baked in a wood-burning oven. The pizzeria is preceded by a constantly crowded craft cocktail bar that doles out both classics and inspired drinks.

Known For
  • craft cocktails
  • good wine
  • full menu
  • lots of tequila/mezcal
  • lots of whiskey
What to drink
A Vintage Negroni, French 75 or Milano-Torino (aka Americano).
The bar serves small bites and mini-focaccie, but for the full Dry pizza experience you’ll have to ask for a table in the pizzeria past the bar.