When clock turns 6pm, bars and cafes in Milan quickly fill up with people coming for an aperitivo (also called happy-hour here) aka pre-dinner drinks to. For a flat rate varying from 7-10 euros one gets a drink (usually an Aperol Spritz, Negroni or Americano) and some appetizers. Those "snacks" can be anything from potato chips and bruschettas to ample hot-food buffets.
A laid-back aperitivo at Princi Bakery, in Brera.
I didn't expect to have an aperitivo at a bakery but it was the best I've had so far. Their focaccia and pizza slices were just amazing, and I possibly had too many... FYI, Italians are not shy about going back to the buffet for seconds.