We're going out on a limb, including an eatery that has no phone number, set hours or even a street address, but sometimes you discover something special and make an exception to the rule. This is that time. From southern Italy's Apulia region, come two lads armed with a bicycle that rivals any food truck, and a mission to spread on slices of bread. Not just any bread, but Pane di Altamura DOP; crusty oak-wood fired loaves whose recipe harkens back to 37 BC. Their message is as simple and genuine as the medley of mouth-wathering bruschette grilled and served from the back of their bike with a refreshing spritz: namely, that authentic food stays true to its roots. That's Pantura. Now, how to find them? Not so simple. Always on the move, Saverio and Francesco pedal between Colonne di San Lorenzo, Piazza San Fedele, Darsena, Piazza Sant'Agostino and other prime spots in central Milan. When they've got an app for that we'll let you know!