Milan Guide: Most Wanted Bars&Restaurants to Visit during Milan Design Week April 5, 2017 – Posted in: EVENTS, LIFESTYLE & ENTERTAINING – Tags: best cocktails in Milan, charming city, Fuorisalone, Hell’s Kitchen Italia, Italian cuisine, Japanese restaurant, Michelin chef, Michelin star, Michelin-starred, Milan Design Week, Milan Guide, molecular mixology, outdoor terrace, Salone del Mobile, superstar barman, vegetarian restaurant in Milan, VIP club
Starting this Tuesday till April’s 9th all design eyes are on Milan for the Milan Design Week! The events “Salone del Mobile” and “Fuorisalone” define this prestigious week which is the world’s most important related to this topic – Design! This week-long you’ll see many important brands and some new ones introducing their new products and collections for the forthcoming year and lose yourself in the creative world with some live music and entertainment. You have 5 different design districts to explore and we’ll leave you some hints here as the week goes by.
This is what we hope you’ll do in Milan this week during the daytime but, Milan is too glamorous not to be explored when the sun sets! This time we gathered an amazing list of the most wanted bars and restaurants in the heart of this charming city. They are all different from each other but the quality level is the highest. Enjoy this week in every way with our Milan guide!
Seta is a Michelin-starred Italian restaurant inside the unbelievable Mandarin Oriental Milan Hotel. Leaded by the acclaimed chef Antonio Guida, it quickly became one of the Milan’s most wanted and talked-about dining preferences since the opening in July 2015. Seta and its’ theater style kitchen offers you a glimpse of chefs at work and a take on classic Italian cuisine. Seta earned a second Michelin star this 2017.
Chef Pietro Leemann is the man behind this gorgeous Michelin Starred vegetarian restaurant in Milan. Asian influenced, the cuisine is a stroll through an imaginary landscape, a nature lovers place!
At Cracco’s you have the chance too see the “Hell’s Kitchen Italia” celebrity chef at work! This elegant and cozy 2 Michelin Starred restaurant offers you the traditional Italian cuisine with a modern twist. Don’t miss this elegant building decorated with cherry wood paneled walls.
Yoji Tokuyoshi’s boundary-pushing Michelin Star Japanese restaurant, in the city’s heart, serves up unforgettable dishes with Italian tastes and Japanese sensibility. Open evenings only and Sunday lunch.
Dry opened in July 2013 with some of the best cocktails in Milan. Considered unique, Dry has the most unusual pizzas and mixology! The signature cocktails are built around gin and whisky, mostly, bringing to you contemporary and some forgotten mixes. In Dry’s team you will find the two star Michelin chef Andrea Berton.
Named after the English football team but decorated like a tiki African&Asian bar, Nottingham Forrest is one of the world’s most famous molecular mixology bars! You have to get there early, otherwise you won’t be able to enjoy the amazing cocktails made by the superstar barman Dario Comino.
Bar Cuore is the place you want if you’re looking for an artistic and unpretentious ambiance. It is popular with the Milan hipsters and it’s located right in the heart of Milan’s most wanted nightlife spot! You’ll find stunning retro furniture, artworks all over and live bands. For some extra euros, you’ll get a colorful backpack as a souvenir.
This awesome and luxurious club&restaurant belongs to the fashion designer Roberto Cavalli and the architect Italo Rotais, and it’s open everyday until 04:00. You may try here some award-winning cocktails made with Roberto Cavalli Vodka and have an unforgettable night at this gorgeous VIP club! You’ll find it at Parco Sempione’s famous Torre Branca. Best part: you can dance on the outdoor terrace with two scenic dance floors under the stars.
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