The idea behind Eataly is very simple: gather as many high-quality Italian foods together under one roof to create a gastronomic wonderland.Read More
Obicà is where the trend for mozzarella bars began. The restaurant has location near the Duomo and in Brera.Read More
An ideal spot to stop for lunch or a relaxing coffee and cake, Corisa del Giardino is conveniently located in the city centre.Read More
A Milanese institution since it opened in 1958, Da Giacomo is an upmarket trattoria best known for its seafood.
One of our favourite places for an afternoon aperitivo is also Da Giacomo's sister restaurant Ristorante Giacomo Arengario. Located upstairs from Museo del Novecento, you can sip your Campari while taking in the breathtaking view of the Duomo and Piazza.
If you can't get a table, make sure you pop across the road for a melt-in-your-mouth pastry from Giacomo Pasticceria.
Via Pasquale Sottocorno, 6
20129 Milano, Italy
+39 02 7602 3313
Via Pasquale Sottocorno, 5 20129 Milano, Italy
Via Guglielmo Marconi, 1
+39 02 7209 3814
The STRAF has held its position as Milan's most avant-garde hotel for a while now. But you don't need to stay there to enjoy it.Read More
One of Milan's top dining destinations, and winner of Wallpaper Magazine's 2014 Best New Restaurant award, Carlo e Camilla in Segheria is well worth a visit.
If you can’t get there for a meal, be sure to still pop by for a drink at the bar. The interiors of this old saw mill are not to be missed.
Carlo e Camilla
Via 20141, Via Giuseppe Meda, 24
+39 02 837 3963