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There are many places to eat the best of Italian gastronomy throughout the whole city. Whether you’re passing by this area during Milan Design Week, or in any other time, you will find this Isola restaurant guide to be useful.
This bohemian café is a unique place to dine in Milan, filled with colored tables, vintage posters and photo exhibitions. Both the inside and outside decoration are unusual yet effective, especially when you consider the leafy courtyard on the outside that makes dining al fresco more special. You can also try their varied 80 cocktails and a list of wines.
This restaurant is known for being a reference place to those who love fashion. Its interior decoration is composed of urban and baroque architectural elements and the food is made from the best seasonal ingredients the Italian cuisine has to offer. You have three options on the inside of this establishment: café, dining or an American bar.
Are you a fan of seafood? If so, this restaurant will hit the spot for you! In here you can have a taste of the best Italian seafood along with a varied wine list. The chefs are known in the are to be seafood experts so it’s an experience guaranteed to be enjoyable.
This restaurant still maintains its original look with an atmosphere where people eat traditional Italian cuisine close to each other. This restaurant is perfect for a trip to the past as well as for a real “feel-at-home” experience. The perfect coziness after a long day venturing though the best of Milan Design Week!
Il Liberty Milano is a restaurant with a minimalistic decoration to match the quiet and cozy environment customers feel while eating. Not to mention the improvised dishes by chef Andrea Provenzani which are reinventions of some of the most traditional dishes in Italian Cucina. A differnt place to eat during Milan Design Week!
This is the perfect meeting spot for fashionistas, hipsters and rockers and that mostly has to do with the purely vintage style that defines this café. You can eat breakfasts, appetizers and dinner while being relaxed surrounded by a truly Rock n’ Roll feel which definetly gives a different twist to your stay during Milan Design Week!
Lastly, we have Bio.it which is the perfect option if you’re in a mood for a more vegetarian option. When it comes to the decoration there’s a Nordic feel to it which sets an atmosphere that is quite different from many other Milanese typical restaurants. Perfect for Milan Design Week, right?