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Sant Ambroeus welcomes guests to sophistication and superb flavor through a combination of tradition and creativity.
Since 1936, Sant Ambroeus has been Milan’s top sweet parlor. Located inside a building in Corso Matteotti, the bakery welcomes guests to sophistication and superb flavor through a combination of tradition and creativity.
Whitewaller recommends: Enjoying a selection of sweets.
Located within Porta Nuova’s Solaria Tower in Milan is AALTO—the only Japanese restaurant in Italy with a Michelin star.
A true dining destination just steps from Milan’s iconic church, Terrazza Duomo 21 is a premier venue for a one-of-a-kind experience.
Atop the historic Enel building, the house of the Dsquared2 group, Ceresio 7 welcomes visitors to a stunning restaurant and two swimming pools.
At Seta, guests can enjoy a contemporary twists on Italian classics, either indoors or on the private courtyard patio.
Égalité is a new concept that evolves around the idea of a French bakery.
Peck offers a delicatessen with a deli shop, a restaurant, a wine bar, and a cocktail bar.
The Botanical Club’s fine dining presents small plates of contemporary cuisine, a raw bar, and an exquisite cocktail bar.
Known for its 20th-century design elements, indoor and outdoor spaces, and classic dishes and fresh seafood, Giacomo Argenario is a Milan favorite.