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The (few) sunny days of this year immediately make us fortaste summer in the air. Tired of greyness and being locked up between the usual four walls, whether at home or in the office, we are always looking for restaurants with dehors to forget, at least for a couple of hours, to be stuck in the city and imagine ourselves already in holiday.
We had already recommended you the best restaurants with courtyard and those with garden in the city, now is the turn of the best restaurant with beautiful dehors in Milan. We have selected restaurants for every taste: from regional kitchens to dream of a weekend in Liguria or holidays in Sicily to pizzerias, from meat to fish (without forgetting vegetarians), restaurant with a view of the Navigli or immersed in the buildings of the most modern districts. Choose the perfect one for you to take a relaxing break!
Via Laghetto, 2
Cozy interiors with a 30s atmosphere for the centenary restaurant that appears in the list of the Botteghe Storiche of Milan. The cuisine is strictly traditional: risotto and braised meat are the must of the menu, made with raw materials from local suppliers. The flowered dehors, with its wrought iron tables and the ancient fresco on the wall of the facade, is perfect for enjoying traditional dishes and reliving the restaurant history that is intertwined with that of the city.
Via Melchiorre Gioia, 37
The dehors overlooking Palazzo Lombardia, the tallest skyscraper in Milan, will not make you regret the tables of the room, where works by contemporary artists stand on the walls of modern, sophisticated design interiors. The menu is a synonym of refinement thanks to the precise culinary vision of the executive chef Stefano Grandi, with a marked personality easily recognizable in the gastronomic character of each dish. The cuisine of the restaurant adapts to the rhythms and needs of Milan, ready to welcome you from late breakfast to dinner, when it gives the best of romance and the best of itself, and on Sunday even for brunch.
Via Amerigo Vespucci, 1
Restaurant, pizzeria and café among the modern architecture of Porta Nuova. The pizza is light, crunchy, without yeast made with unrefined flours. The kitchen of the restaurant,instead, believes in the combination of taste and health by offering excellent raw materials from all over the peninsula. You can choose between the tables in the minimal and cozy interiors and those in the front dehors overlooking the skyscrapers of the New Milan.
Via Valenza, 17
The name of the restaurant derives from the famous wine produced by the founders of the restaurant which now boasts 40 years of history. On the menu Tuscan inspired cuisine, pizzas and a careful selection of wines. The outdoor tables have a view of the Naviglio Grande perfect for a plate of Tuscan pici and a good glass of red wine.
Via dei Fabbri, 1
Capitoline tradition a few steps from the columns of San Lorenzo. Rugantino brings Rome to Milan proposing to the city all the best of the capital. Subtly Roman musical background and on the menu the great classics: from gricia to cacio e pepe bucatini through the giudia artichoke.
Corso Garibaldi, 59
Japanese-Brazilian cuisine in a Carioca atmosphere: palms, flamingos and Brazilian musical background. Forget traditional Japanese sushi: roll, temaki and poké are based on exotic and colorful ingredients. The caipirinha made with tropical fruits are not to be missed.
Via Fumagalli, 3
A recent opening in the navigli area. On the menu traditional Italian dishes revisited according to seasonality and genuine raw materials from local suppliers. The counter and the atmosphere of the 1920s recall a speakeasy but the card goes back entirely to familiar Italian memories.
Via Palestro, 16
A splendid winter garden overlooking a lawn and a dehors in the prestigious location of Villa Reale, next to the GAM. You can taste Sicilian culinary specialties revisited to satisfy the cosmopolitan preferences of Milan: the panelle are served with avocado and arancini and cannoli are also in miniature format.
Orto erbe e cucina
via Gaudenzio Ferrari, 3
A shop of aromatic herbs with a small kitchen. The culinary proposals are vegetarian and of fish but above all respectful of the seasonality and the life cycle of the raw material. The warm season allows you to eat healthy dishes in the small terrace, surrounded by the scents and colors of the great variety of aroma pots.
Corso Garibaldi, 117
A tavern far from the usual cliches. Tradition and innovation come together in typical Italian recipes. On the menu there are always the great Milanese classics such as saffron risotto and the award-winning cutlet. The winery boasts over two hundred labels selected from large producers and small niche wineries.