Milan Design Week 2016 starts officially tomorow with the grand oppening of iSaloni 2016. Apart from the great dining room inspirations that will get from the best manufacturers brands, you will need some dining ideas. After all, you are in Milan.
BAR LUCE at Fondazione Prada designed by Wes Anderson
Largo Isarco, 2
Dining room design by director Wes Anderson, the new café at Fondazione Prada is the perfect place to unwind with a drink after an art-filled day at the museum. Patterned wallpaper prints, Formica dining room chairs in bright pastels, terrazzo floors, and pinball machines create an atmosphere with a quirky, retro feel.
IL BAR at Bulgari Milan Hotel
Via Privata Fratelli Gabba, 7/b
There isn’t a more picturesque cocktail hour in town than the one at Il Bar—the hidden garden lined with boxwood topiaries at the Bulgari Hotel. Don’t miss out on house classics like the Bulgari, a signature mix of gin, Aperol, fresh orange juice, pineapple, and lime juice, which comes with an assortment of piattini.
CERESIO 7 designed by Dimore Studio
Via Ceresio, 7
Is there a better dining room decor? On the rooftop of fashion label Dsquared2’s headquarters, you’ll find what’s possibly the best view of Milan.
GIACOMO ARENGARIO designed by Studio Peregalli
Via Guglielmo Marconi, 1
Dining room design by design firm Studio Peregalli, this Art Deco jewel box on the top floor of the Museo del Novecento overlooks the resplendent Piazza del Duomo.
Via Corsico, 12
Named for a Northern Italian aperitif, Ugo serves craft cocktails in a dimly lit warren of rooms just off the Naviglio Grande. Though the menu includes a creative range, the emphasis here is on gin, with over 40 labels and counting.