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Restaurants for fashion week 2016

If you happen to be in town for the fashion week 2016 and you are looking for a restaurant in Milano here below there are some suggestions. No matter if you just need to grab a bte or if you wanna have a full dinner: Milan has everything you are looking for.

Restaurants in Milano

Luini – $

A few steps from the Duomo there is this little store which opened its doors in 1888. If you fancy some typical Italian food don’t miss the chance to try a panzerotto which consists of a sort of salty donut stuffed with ham and mozzarella cheese. Check the hashtag #luini on Instagram to start this mouthwatering experience!

Via Santa Redegonda 16, 20121 – Milan

Spontini – $

This pizzeria started its business in 1953 and the recipe of their thick pizza has never changed. This is what made this pizzeria so famous. The company now has pizza joints throughout the city and is starting its international business which includes restaurants in Japan.

Via Santa Redegonda 11, 20121 – Milan

Fresco & Cimmino – $$

This restaurant merges the Neapolitan food culture with the Milanese one. The menu includes fish courses, pasta, pizza and the desserts which are prepared according to the traditional recipes. The wine list is “well-stocked” and features wines from all over the country.

Via Ugo Foscolo 4, 20121 – Milan

Risoelatte – $$

If you wish to go back in time and experience what it felt like to be in the sixties…this is the place to be. A tiny restaurant (make sure to reserve a table early in advance!) which is furnished with original furniture and tableware of grandma’s kitchen. Try the cotoletta (breaded cutlet) and the risotto while listening to the some good music of the fabulous sixties.

Via Manfredo Camperio 6, 20123 – Milan

Giacomo all’Arengario – $$$

The interior design of this restaurant within the Museo del Novecento is inspired by the art deco, the visual art design style that has characterized the beginning of the twentieth century. Make sure to book a table in the area overlooking the Piazza del Duomo to enjoy the view while tasting one the main courses listed on the menu. If you do not have the time for a whole lunch take at least the chance to have a drink in this exceptional atmosphere.

Via Guglielmo Marconi 1, 20123 –  Milan


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