La Triennale is the corner stone for contemporary art, design and architecture in Italy. Located in the beautiful Parco Sempione, in Milan’s center, it is also home to the utterly divine Terrazza Triennale. Set on a glassed off outdoor terrace and emblazoned with twinkling lights, the Terrazza sets the scene for a special occasion.
With breathtaking views of the park and the Milanese skyline, you will feel as stimulated up on the terrace as you did in the one of the excellent galleries. With a carefully curated menu and an abundant list of wines and bubbly; it comes as no surprise that Terrazza Triennale comes critically claimed.
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Situated in Piazza Duomo,The Novecento Museum is an art museum home to hundreds of beautiful works, including many famous Italian paintings. The museum itself is a delight, but the restaurant on site is truly a wonderful treat. Designed with art deco elements in mind, Giacomo takes its guests into a completely new world. Each room is designed with a different time period in mind, creating an ever-changing atmosphere. The food does not disappoint, either.
Each dish is beautifully prepared and served to perfection. There is nothing quite like having a delicious dinner with a panoramic view of the Duomo cathedral. It is definitely an experience to be endeared.
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Renowned chef Enrico Bartolini didn’t waste any time when choosing the MUDEC museum as the next location for another of his Michelin-starred restaurants. Offering a varied menu from raw fish to avant garde cuisine, every taste can be satiated at Enrico Bartolini. The food is presented and served creatively and is well accompanied by the carefully paired wines.
The interior design and architecture of the restaurant creates an open yet sophisticated atmosphere, perfect after a full day of enriching your mind in one of the diverse and contemporary exhibits on display at MUDEC
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