Very soon will start the Milan Men’s Fashion Week (17-21 June). It will be overcrowded, fashionable and beautiful. So you do not waste your time looking for places to have breakfast / lunch / afternoon snack between shows. Especially for you, I made a list of cafés, bars and restaurants, where it is worth going to for a morning coffee, an aperitif or a business lunch. Let’s go!
Via Tortona, 34
Via Carmine, 1
One of the most fashionable places in Milan – relatively newly opened restaurant God Save the Food (GStF). Here you can find everything – from all kinds of smoothies with pancakes for breakfast to hearty burgers and big salads for lunch. The simplicity of the design and cuisine is a distinctive feature of the restaurant. Don’t give up after seeing the crowds of people at the entrance! 10-15 minutes of waiting are worth to try the cuisine of this establishment.
The restaurant is located in Via Tortona, 34 in the district of Navigli and in Via Carmine, 1 in the center of the historic Milanese district of Brera. Choose the address that is most suitable for you and enjoy!
Via Privata Fratelli Gabba, 7b
If you are looking for a quiet holiday, just walk away a little bit from the crowded by tourists streets from Via Montenapoleone – Via Manzoni to find yourself in a beautiful and peaceful place in Milan – The Bulgari hotel.
Here you can have breakfast (for example, polenta in water), a business lunch or you can just relax with a cocktail at during the cocktail party. The hotel also has a spa center. Its location is a real oasis in the middle of the bustling city of Milan. I suggest you sit in the garden and just enjoy the peace after a hard day.
Corso Venezia, 21
Piazza XXV Aprile, 5
Via Ponte Vetero, 10
Shows in Corso Venezia are a common thing, because it is the center of Milan and is almost a popular fashion district. Therefore, you should take note of a great place where you can eat something and drink coffee.
Princi is a chain of coffee shops (coffee shop and bakery), where you can try all kinds of cakes, pizza and the famous Italian sandwiches. Everything is made using high quality flour (indeed it is! Everything in very good at the Princi bakery). Right here you can feel the “spirit of Milan,” trying the famous Milanese breakfast – cappuccino and brioche.