Marghe is a great pizzeria which mixes tradition and innovation. Among the classic pizzas there are also vegan and seasonal pizzas.
Website
marghepizza.com
Address
MARGHE - Via Cadore, 26 Via Cadore, Milan, Italy
Current city: London
Other cities: MilanVenice
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