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MILAN: Fashion Week for Foodies

We’re halfway through fashion month and the food, the cocktails and the parties are still going strong. For those in Milan this week, these foodie hotspots are the latest hangouts of the see-and-be-seen crowd. –Sarah Ryan Hecht

28 Posti
Via Corsico, 1 20144 / 39 02 8392377
Neighborhood: Zona Tortona/Porta Ticinese/Naviglio

Located in a former karaoke bar, 28 Posti is the latest project of Italian architect Francesco Faccin. The cozy and intimate space is complete with 28 seats (hence its name), original brickwork, recycled wood and concrete floors. The kitchen is the focus, headed by Chef Caterina Malerba and serving quality dishes made from environmentally conscious and fair-trade ingredients.

Daniel
Via Castelfidardo, 7 20121 / 39 02 63793837
Neighborhood: Brera/Isola

Porta Nuova is quickly becoming the gastronomy district of Milan, and Daniel Canzian’s newest restaurant is located just around the corner. The contemporary space is complete with a crisp design aesthetic and bright yellow accents, while the menu blends New Italian with Mediterranean cuisine. The Risotto alla Milanese is rumored to be the best in town.

Les Pommes
Via Pastrengo, 7 20159 / 39 02 87074765
Neighborhood: Brera/Isola

This is the perfect foodie destination to escape the bustling city. Fully equipped with Wi-Fi, relax amidst colorful cocktails, cheese plates and homemade pastries. Les Pommes also serves a brunch menu during the weekend.

Ristorante Berton
Viale della Liberazione, 13 20124 / 39 02 67075801
Neighborhood: Brera/Isola

Chef Andrea Berton has unveiled his latest restaurant in a new building in Porta Nuova, replete with glass windows and elegant wood details. The innovative menu here is sure to earn Berton his next Michelin star, with dishes like black cod, prosciutto broth and puntarelle making an appearance.

Tartufotto
Via Cusani, 8 20121 / 39 02 39663690
Neighborhood: Brera/Isola

Specializing in the truffles of Tuscany, Chef Simone Rugiati heads the New Italian menu at Tartufotto. The modern space boasts raw wood and minimalist décor, and places the focus on the menu. Enjoy an elegant pairing of traditional Tuscan ingredients alongside quality wines from the same region.

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