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Shortly after the original Sant Ambroeus opened its doors in Milan in 1936, a devoted following emerged. This celebrated patisceria and confetteria became a meeting place for the local intelligentsia, whether beginning their day with Sant Ambroeus' legendary cappuccino and cornetto, savoring panini at lunch or spending their evening enjoying refined cuisine in the restaurant's elegant dining room. Sant Ambroeus translated these Old World sensibilities to modern times and imported these rich culinary traditions to New York. Each restaurant remains authentic to its Milanese origins and continues to serve culturally inspired delectables in a casual yet elegant environment.