SagamiPiazza Duca d'Aosta, 10
Where to find authentic Japanese cuisine in Milan? Sagami, an internationally renowned Japanese restaurant brand that recently opened its first restaurant in the Lombard capital in Italy, bringing a corner of...
GelsominaVia Carlo Tenca 5, 20124
It was all that was missing. This is what I thought to myself the first time I entered Gelsomina, a lovely pastry shop in a side street of Viale Tunisia, between Repubblica and Porta...
The ’80s are back at Barba
Per leggere quest’articolo in italiano, clicca qui. The 80s were a magical decade. Not surprisingly, even those who have never even seen them feel a twinge of nostalgia each...
Da PaolettaVia Copernico, Milano
Among the many initiatives that take place on social media, social eating is one of the most interesting. One of the best locations in the city is “Da Paoletta” that...
Crazy Cat CaféVia Napo Torriani 5, Milano
Crazy Cat Cafè is the first and only café in Milan and, for now, in all Lombardy, to have nine cats, all slick and with the most disparate characters that...
Excelsior Hotel GalliaPiazza Duca D'Aosta 9, Milano
An architectural jewel of the city, the Excelsior Hotel Gallia, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Milan has always been considered one of the most exclusive hotels in the country. Formerly known as...
Forest is for hunting deer, savanna is for hunting lions, and Milan is for hunting aperitivos. The aperitivo in Milan is a noble sport,...Bistrot13 June 2017
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