| Breakfast | Lunch | Aperitivo | Happy Hour | Designer Bars |
It is an institution and has almost social character: The bar in Italy. On every street corner and in the smallest place you can find them, it is breakfast location, venue and local pub or casino.
- Bar in Via Dante
Morning in the bar: It is quite busy. Coffee cups rattle and espresso machines produce without break the black stimulant.
Cappuccino or latte macchiato with brioche, this is the Italian standard breakfast.
The brioches (croissants) are called cornetti in southern Italy, there are classically filled with apricot jam, empty (vuoto), with crema, with cioccolato and many other variants.
Breakfast is usually taken while standing at the bar. Only tourists, retirees or housewives who meet to visit the market, sit down comfortably at a table to chatter.
Lunch in the bar: You can see the fresh prepared dishes, mixed salads and sandwiches (panini). After selecting the dishes will be heated in the microwave or the panino is heated in the grill.
- Bar Duomo Milan
Afternoon in the bar: after work is aperitivo time. On the bar you find olives, crisps and snacks. You can drink an aperitif (Aperol, Campari, even without alcohol quite common).
Evening in the bar: Many bars offer "Happy Hour", it practically replaces a dinner. For a fixed price you can eat from the buffet, as much as you like, there are small pieces of pizza, hot and cold pasta or rice, vegetable snacks, sausage and cheese bites. There are no limits for the fantasy of the "barista" and in every bar the buffet is different.
Designer Bars in Milan
Fashion Designer Café and Restaurant Just Cavalli
- Bartender in the Just Cavalli Cafè
The Just Cavalli Cafè in the Sempione Park is an attractive fashion designer café. Luxuriously decorated in the style of Roberto Cavalli: crystal chandeliers, large couches in leopard style, pillows, tropical fish that swim in huge goblets of wine.
For lunch the Just Cavalli Café is at the popular restaurant just for VIP's and Models.
In summer, the "Just" opens the Just Flower Garden, an elegant refreshing garden in the park below the tower Torre Branca. From 10:30 p.m. the DJ of Radio 105 opens the party with dance music.
During a stay in the Just Cavalli Cafè you can climb in 108 m height on Torre Branca to enjoy Milan by night from above.
Dolce & Gabbana Martini Bar
Glamour and relax meet in the Dolce & Gabbana Martini Bar, diffuse light conjures magic points on the shiny black surfaces of the equipment amidst a flora. After the fashion shows of Dolce & Gabbana festivals take place here, otherwise the bar is open to the public.
In the heart of Milan, the boutique of D & G
Emporio Armani Cafè
- Emporio Armani Cafè
Located in the Milan's fashion district, at the end of Via Montenapoleone, there is the Armani store with the Emporio Armani Cafè. In carefully selected atmosphere you can enjoy fresh dishes and brunch on Sunday.
Cafè Gucci in Galleria
Surrounded by the shops and restaurants in the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, the Gucci designer bar has been opened.
Daily up to 7:00 p.m. you find coffee of the finest varieties and different cultivation areas, freshly squeezed juices and hand-made snacks in creative variations.
Bars with Tradition
Milan's famous Campari Bar
- Historic bar Camparino in Galleria
1915 Camparino bar was opened by Davide Campari and was frequented by the noble Milanese society. Giuseppe Verdi, Maria Callas, Alessandro Manzoni, and the Music Director of La Scala Arturo Toscanini were among the regulars.
For more than 100 years magenta bar has resisted all economic and political changes. The magenta bar is an institution and one of the few bars in Milan, which is also open on Sundays and public holidays.
The bar in Milan's fashion district has been existing since 1817. In the days of the “Cinque giornate” in 1848 there met the combatants, among them Giuseppe Garibaldi.
Artists Bar Jamaica
The bar in the historic art district Brera takes its name from the Hitchcock movie Jamaica. Benito Mussolini drank his morning coffee in the Jamaica bar. After the World War II, when nobody had money, they paid their coffee with pictures and pieces of art.
10 Corso Como
- 10 Corso Como
10 Corso Como is an unique location: In a typical Milan courtyard with porticoes you can enjoy a selected cuisine and beverages in the refined bar.
Concept Store 10 Corso Como
In the design and fashion store you find art and hand made fashion.
A staircase leads to the Galleria Carla Sozzani with exhibition, f.e. the World Press Photo exhibition.
On summer evenings you can pass the time with a drink on the roof of the building.