New timetables from Friday 18 June 2021

From Monday 14 June 2021 the health curfew has finally been abolished also in Lombardy which has entered the white zone and therefore the evening hours are changed :

Friday since 11:00 p.m. till 05:00 a.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 08:00 p.m. till 05:00 a.m.
Dancing entertainment is not allowed and the service only includes table service

Admission remains with reservations required and reduced only to the number of seats the capacity of the room according to the new parameters of the interpersonal distance of at least 1 meter, the obligation to wear a mask except when seated at the tables. Even the restrictions regarding the number of people in the outdoor tables are no longer limited and only the limitation of indoor seating remains with a maximum of 6 people per table.
For more info, we refer you to this LINK

Services available from Friday 18 June 2021

Friday | Saturday | Sunday
with service of
Champagne | Liqueurs | Sparkling wine | Wines | Ancient Roman Pinsa | Hawaiian Poke | Hamburger | Fries | Chopping board

Dancing entertainment is not allowed and the service only includes table service

Some clarifications regarding the Green Pass:

The Ministry of Health has established that, starting from 1 June, in order to participate in some activities, even in the white zone, it is necessary to have a certification certifying that you have been vaccinated against Covid, that you have recovered from the disease, or that you are negative for a swab. This type of certification, starting from mid-June, will be available through a “Covid pass”, or “Green pass”, in electronic and paper format. But in the meantime, how can you have a valid certification? And on what occasions will it be shown?

Do I need a pass to go to clubs?
At the moment the clubs – intended as dance floors – are closed. The premises of the clubs can be used as restaurants: in this case they follow the rules of the restaurants, and therefore the certification or the pass is not needed.

The Management of Old Fashion Milano

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Photo by Andrea Paroni