A solid pizzeria in the Navigli neighborhood, Pizzeria Tradizionale is a simple canalside affair with checked tablecloths, but it’s always crammed and buzzing. Happy patrons devour enormous crispy pizzas piled high with local salamis and mozzarella, as well as vast bowls of garlic-infused spaghetti alle vongole (clams). Though it bills itself as a pizzeria, the menu offers Neapolitan-style fish dishes as well. There’s always plenty of backchat between staff and guests; the noise ratchets up as the night goes on.