Whether you’re daydreaming about your 2020 trip to Salone del Mobile, planning to check out the global foodservice equipment and more at Host Milano, or just daydreaming about Italy, let these five restaurants that cross styles and price points inspire your journey.
Riad Food Garden
Part restaurant, part flower shop, this all-day outpost lets diners buy anything they see in the store or the restaurant.
Carlo e Camilla in Segheria
Michelin-starred chef Carlo Cracco and art director Tanja Solci came together to create Carlo e Camilla in Segheria, a fine-dining restaurant located in a former sawmill.
LuBar is a Sicilian restaurant opened by the three children — Ludivico, Lucrezia and Lucilla — of fashion designer Luisa Beccaria in what was once the greenhouse of neoclassical palace Villa Reale.
Designer Tom Dixon’s brand-new restaurant, shop and showroom marries Italian food and British design in one stunning venue.
Temakinho Milan Duomo
This charming outpost of the popular Temakinho chain features lively interiors, instagrammable backdrops and a Japanese-Brazilian fusion menu.