As Isaloni is taking place during this week, you might be interested in knowing which are the Designers favorite spots in Milan.
It is not difficult to imagine that a big and populous city such as Milan offers a wide range of restaurants and locals in which visitors can appreciate the excellences of the Italian cuisine and culture.
Let’s discover together which are the places that designers love in the beautiful Italian metropolis.
Jamie Drake is a white truffles lover and he ate the best ones at the Restaurant Trussardi alla Scala, on the second floor of the fashion luxury brand Trussardi’s flagship store. For more info: Piazza della Scala, 5; 39-02/8068-8201.
Langosteria is Sasha Bikoff’s favourite restaurant. Here she savoured seafood with sliced foie gras layered in between langoustine tartare. Sublime! Address and number: Via Savona, 10; 39-02/5811-1649.
The American interior designer Brett Beldock prefers Bar Basso, famous for its amazing Negroni cocktail. It’s a comfortable and familiar place, that “makes everyone feel at home and like one of the gang”, she said. More info: ia Plinio, 39; 39-02/2940-0580.
In Santa Maria Delle Grazie Alexa Hampton could admire Leonardo Da Vinci’s last supper (Piazza di Santa Maria delle Grazie; 39-02/467-6111 ), while La Scala (Via Filodrammatici, 2; 39-02/88791) delighted her for giving her and her family the great opportunity to hear grandiose and majestic music.
Ken Fulk adores Giacomo Bistrot (39-02/7602-2653), a wonderful old-world-style spot in Via Pasquale Sottocorno, 6. Nothing is left to chance in this place: it is a elegant and sophisticated restaurant, in which Fulk has tasted the most genuine and savoury Italian dishes.
The American journalist Joshua Green highly recommends 10 Corso Como (Corso Como, 10; 39-02/2900-2674), because it gets visitors a Milanese view on fashion, design and culture. It is a representation of the Italian beauties.
In Dolce & Gabbana Bar Martini (Corso Venezia, 15; 39-02/7601-1154) Wesley Moon tried the best Aperol Spritz of the city and he also loved Il Salumaio di Montenapoleone (Via Santo Spirito, 10; 39-02/7600-1123), an old palace with a graceful and fashionable ambiance: these two places are definitely listed among the best spots to visit in Milan!
Source: Architectural Digest
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