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

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.


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.


Like this? Follow Emily on Instagram here.

ALWAYS TRAVELLING? Discover the coolest neighbourhoods, must-see stores and best hotels, restaurants and inspiration spots with our incredible City-By-City guides.

Know what’s next. Become a WGSN member today to benefit from our daily trend intelligence, retail analytics, consumer insights and bespoke consultancy services.

Related Stories

Activewear sales and the January health kick.

How the January health kick really impacts retail sales

The Best of Milan's AW17 Menswear Collections

Art & Eden proves profitability and sustainability can go hand-in-hand