Where to eat during Milan Fashion Week
Milan’s fashion week is less than a week away, and whether you’ve got invitations to see the fashion shows or not, you cannot miss out on 7 of Milan’s trendiest venues.
Soon, one of the world’s fashion capitals opens its runway to one of the most awaited fashion shows of the year: the Milan Fashion Week. A melting pot of international stars, stylists, designers and the biggest fashion houses of the world meets to display their designs and ideas. From Bulgari and Fay, to Cavalli and Dsquared, prepare for a fabulous fashion week in one of Italy’s trendiest cities.
And of course, Milan is ready for this glamorous event: it’s packed with in-vogue restaurants, bars and clubs that will be hosting some of Milan’s Fashion Week parties. And during your stay in Milan, these are the top places to be:
Carlo e Camilla in Segheria – Via Giuseppe Meda, 24
One of the hottest restaurants in town and the latest creation of the Italian Michelin-starred chef, Carlo Cracco. The decor is absolutely unique: the concrete walls, raw feel and the beautiful crystal chandeliers hanging from the tall ceilings create a mysterious and elegant vibe. If you want to be wrapped around an in-vogue ambiance, don’t miss out on this former 1930s sawmill, transformed into one of Milan’s trendiest cocktail bars and restaurants.
Ceresio 7 – Via Ceresio, 7
A trendy restaurant on the rooftop terrace of the historical Enel building. Ceresio 7 is an elegant and luxurious bar and restaurant, bearing the touch of Dean and Dan. As you overlook the Milanese skyline from the modern rooftop with two swimming pools, enjoy outstanding cocktails and a hip vibe. A must in Milan.
Mimmo – Via Giuseppe Sirtori, 34
Just a head’s up – Mimmo is one of the trendiest restaurants in Milan. It attracts a local and international upscale crowd, and it serves delicious cuisine in a wonderful wood-cladded retreat. Candle-lit tables, background music and excellent wines set the tone for a stylish evening.
Armani Prive – Via Gastone Pisoni, 1
No one can complain about Armani’s elegant design, and if an exclusive party has to go down, the Armani Prive is a front-runner. From the moment you walk into Armani Prive, you will be immersed in an in-vogue atmosphere in one of Milan’s coolest dance venues. This stunning high-fashion club with a modern and minimal design is the place to be for the after-hours.
Dry – Via Solferino, 33
Dry has become one of the meeting points in Milan’s Brera district. The unrefined stucco, the stripped walls and the simple and rough colors give a retro style that creates a cool mood. Whether it’s for a happy hour with some killer cocktails, a simple dinner in a cool setting or an after-dinner drink, Dry is always a guarantee.
Pisacco – Via Solferino, 48
An explosion of art, design and Italian cuisine, Pisacco is one of Brera’s most inn restaurants, attracting a local and international crowd. Whether it’s for a drink, a happy hour or a dinner, Pisacco is always an excellent choice.
Armani Bamboo Bar – Via Manzoni, 31
On the 7th floor of the Armani hotel, get ready to be fully be immersed in luxury worthy of Giorgio Armani’s style. The Bamboo Bar is a magnet for the upscale local and international crowds that meet to discuss business matters or to simply enjoy killer cocktails in an in-vogue setting. A must while in Milan.