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Before lunch or dinner, an aperitif is a light alcoholic beverage such as a sparkling white wine or a somewhat bitter drink to get the digestive juices flowing.

In Italy, aperitifs usually arrive with a savory nibble sometimes called salatini. These small bites might be potato chips or peanuts, or an array of tiny crustless finger sandwiches topped with cheese, fish or meat paste, at no extra charge. Usually, from about 4-7 p.m., especially in northern Italy and the larger cities, café bars have the Italian equivalent of happy hour called aperitivi, offering a selection of small bites to go along with your drink.