Alzaia Naviglio Grande, 56
The best pizza in Milano can be found at I Capatosta, along the Navigli, they do the real pizza as you would eat it in Naples. I suggest to book a table in advance as it is often full.
Pasticceria Iginio Massari
Via Guglielmo Marconi, 4
The most renowned pastries can be found near Duomo, at Pasticceria Iginio Massari (ViaGuglielmo Marconi, 4). Service can be a little slow at times, especially on Sundays. Please note, this place is on the expensive side and seats are few.
If you like chocolate Cioccolati Italiani is where you want to stop, it has different locations around the city, one is in Navigli, another one is close to Duomo.
Alzaia Naviglio Grande, 36, 20144 Milano MI
If you are on the look out for typical Milanese food and you find yourself walking along Navigli, this is a great place to stop. The food is good, the place is quiet and you have a view on the Navigli if you sit by the window.
Via Conchetta, 8, 20136 Milano MI
This is another great restaurant to have Milanese food, it is probably the best place where to have cotoletta and it is located not far from Navigli. The area is very nice and can be reached on foot if you are walking along Navigli.
10 Corso Como
Corso Como, 10, 20154 Milano MI
If you are into fashion I suggest you visit 10 Corso Como, this is an ex-workshop, which is owned by the Sozzani family (one of the Sozzani sisters used to be the director of Vogue Italia), where you can find an exposition space, a design shop and a bar.
Chiesa Santa Maria delle Grazie - Il Cenacolo di Leonardo
Piazza di Santa Maria delle Grazie, 20123 Milano MI
If you get a chance, I suggest you go see the Last Supper by Leonardo Da Vinci, but you’ll have to book the visit in advance here.