Choose "The Big One," a half-pound burger that equals its 5-Finger cousin in NYC. They will even cook it rare for you.
This is a real treat in a country whose Cianinni Beef from Florence--the best Italy has to offer--is a too lean and flavorless variety of beef that pales in comparison to US Prime. Don't choose this one at Goss.
The fries are special too; scalloped trapezoid mouthfuls that rival any in the world.
This is a serious hamburger joint. And walking the streets of the lovely town of Arcore, stop by Cassa di Formaggio to see Gianni Ferraro, the mostly delightful purveyor of aged Pecorrino, and other Italian cheese, in Italy.
Make one more stop; the Park of Monza, the largest walled park in Europe and the home of the last King of Italy. Beautiful scapes, farms with lots of animals, even fresh milk and yogurt from dairy cows on the property. It's also a great bike ride through a peaceful green expanse.
Italy charms at every turn. Take them slowly to enjoy each fully.
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