Milan is well known for its aperitivo culture, its fine cuisine from appetizer to dessert. But for a mid-afternoon snack, especially when the heat becomes unbearable, there’s nothing better than a refreshing gelato. Here are the 8 best gelaterie in ...Leggi altro
Every area makes its own version, but all share the same simplicity and use of food waste: here's how cassoeula was born, and how it's made.
There's a solidarity shop that gives work to people who have been unemployed for over 6 months, a retro-style grocery store and a self-managed pop-up store: here's a list of the loose product shops in Milan.
Fabbrica del Grano opens in Milan. Sicilian grains milled in the open mill for the onsite shop and kitchen
The project took shape between Sicily and Milan. The native grains hail from the Agrigento area that are then milled in the Corso Garibaldi laboratory equipped with a small mill and dies for extruding pasta. The products can be purchased ...Leggi altro
In Milan there is a new beer: it's called Ibrida and it's made with the daily surplus of local bakeries. Born from the idea of a group of students from the Politecnico di Milano, it could establish itself as a ...Leggi altro
Inspired by Japanese cafes, Kohi is the latest coffee trend in Milan, born inside the Porta Romana station. Read the whole story.
In Milan, there’s a drink list dedicated to Giorgio Armani. Cocktails designed like a fashion collection at Bamboo Bar
On the seventh floor of the Armani hotel, in the Milan fashion district, Bamboo Bar shares the scene with the maison's restaurant, led by Francesco Mascheroni. Behind the bar counter is Andrea Rella, who now offers a "collection" of cocktails ...Leggi altro
One of the Italian cities where international cuisine is most rooted, in Milan there is plenty of choice for lovers of exotic flavours. Here are the must-taste foreign street foods.
A very small shop, about 40 square meters mostly occupied by the laboratory: here's the new Cookies 'n' Cream Milano.
A pop-up bakery that showcases croissants, pain au chocolat, grilled cheese sandwichesand other leavened products in Milan. It's called Gluten Freak, a project by Laura Lazzaroni and Paolo Minguzzi.