MFW hangouts: How to eat, drink and enjoy Milan in style
By WGSN Insider

Avoid the tourists spots and eat like a local in between all the catwalk shows, says WGSN contributor Emily Johnson

Feb 23, 2016
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Fashion month can be thirsty (and hungry) work. All that dashing about and frantic Wi-Fi searching can make it seem nigh on impossible to grab a bite to eat, often resulting in a dash to the nearest chain restaurant. This time round however, we’ve got you covered – whether you need something quick in between MFW shows, a refuelling dinner with friends or a cheeky tipple or two to end the day – we have the lowdown on locally loved, fashion city hotspots.

Milan

1. Daytime Refreshment: Trussardi Alla Scala Café

Piazza della Scala, 5 20121 / 39 02 80688201

Price: ££

wgsn_fashionweek-milan_Trussardi Alla Scala Cafe

What to Expect: Get your caffeine hit or grab lunch whilst admiring views of the Piazza della Scala at this spot – twinned with the Trussardi boutique.

 

2. Evening Meal: Ceresio 7

Via Ceresio 7 20154

Price Range: ££

wgsn_fashionweek-milan_Ceresio 7

What to Expect: Milan’s newest place to see and be seen is located at the penthouse level Dsquared’s headquarters and hosts a super chic bar and restaurant – not to be missed.

 

3. Drinks or cocktails: ATM Bar

wgsn_fashionweek-milan-ATM Bar

Bastioni di Porta Volta 15 20121 / 39 02 6552365

Price Range: £

What to Expect: This bar is located in what was once a ticket office and comes with breath-taking views of the city. Known as a haunt of international creative-types, ATM bar is the perfect meeting spot for an aperitivo or cocktail.

 

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