Villas Milano is a little Italian town nestled in the foothills of the Tuscany mountains.
You’d be forgiven for thinking it was the home of Italian cooking and fine dining, but the truth is much more complicated.
The place is located on the border of Milan and Naples, a region of just over 20 million people that is one of the most economically depressed in the world.
Villas is the only restaurant in the entire region, and for that reason, the town is infamous for being overrun by crime.
According to the Italian government, it has one of Italy’s highest murder rates.
This has meant that the locals have become experts at keeping a low profile in the eyes of the outside world.
That’s why, in 2016, a man named Marco Vignoli took matters into his own hands and decided to take on the Mafia by becoming a regular at the restaurant.
Vignuli, who has been known as a “chameleon” in the restaurant world, has become a hero to locals.
Villanòs Milano, or The Restaurant, as he prefers to be called, is where Vignolini, his wife, and his two young daughters live and work.
For a man who loves his life and the food, the restaurant is one he is proud to have a role in.
When I visited the restaurant last week, I was taken aback by how different it was from the rest of the town.
The tables were piled high with plates of pastas, pasta dishes, and cheeses.
There were piles of plates of steak, sausage, and meatballs, as well as a number of desserts.
It was hard to tell who was dining on what, but it seemed to be a restaurant of the highest calibre.
I was surprised by how well-equipped the kitchen was, with a chef who has worked in some of the world’ finest kitchens and an extensive list of culinary accolades.
While it’s a small town, it’s also one of those that has been transformed in the last couple of decades.
In the ’90s, Villa Milano was the only place in Italy that had a restaurant, bar, and music venue.
Today, it boasts a restaurant named after a former Mafia leader, a wine bar, a bar called The Ritz, a dance studio, a restaurant and lounge named after former president Silvio Berlusconi, and a hotel that features the villa.
But despite the fact that there’s been an influx of money into the area, the streets and houses are still mostly dark, and Villa is a dangerous place.
“The Mafia has been here for 20 years,” Vignilli said.
“There are people who come from other parts of Italy, and then they go to Villa.
They don’t know what they’re doing.
They know that the mafia is in the neighborhood, but they don’t realize that they’re going to kill each other or that there is something wrong here.”
Villa isn’t the only Italian town to have been transformed into a haven for organized crime.
In 2015, Italian journalist Luca Calcino and I traveled to the city of Graz to investigate the life of the notorious Italian crime family known as the Rizzuto family.
Known for their violent pasts and for their notorious gang activity, the Razzos have become a fixture in the region.
But they have also had an equally disturbing history of hiding their dirty laundry from the world and their families.
When Calcio and I visited Villa, I found that the police were more concerned with keeping the Raccoon Club under control than with any of the people living in the town who were involved in the Racket.
When the police raided the club, they found nothing but trash and the bodies of people killed in the club.
The Razzo families are also known for their extreme secrecy and are often held in the shadows of the city.
“Villa is the place that is closest to Naples,” Vigne said.
When we visited, he pointed out to me that we were on a street in a residential neighborhood of Villa that was surrounded by high-rise buildings.
The only way to get to the street where we were staying was by walking across the street to a high-security prison.
The prison was guarded by Italian special forces.
As we walked through the streets of Villanès, the walls of the prison were covered in graffiti that was clearly designed to attract the attention of anyone who happened to walk by.
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The story of the Rancos, or Razzoos, and their secret lives in the Italian countryside is told in an HBO documentary called “The Last Raccoons.”
Calciano and I were also taken aback when we arrived at the Ritz in the afternoon, where a large number of the