Riccardo Casiraghi and Stefano Paleari's City Guide

Fondazione Prada

“Fondazione Prada is pure perfection for us. Designed by the OMA Architect Studio led by Rem Koolhas, it welcomes you to share and explore art that you never would have thought to find in the city. Fondazione Prada is the perfect meeting point for those interested both art and beauty.” -Riccardo Casiraghi and Stefano Paleari

Largo Isarco, 2, 20139 Milano MI, Italy



Photographed by Marco Pieri & Federico Sangiorgi

“This place is a real institution too. At Pavè you’ll always find the right sweet to start off your day with and can enjoy the freshest homemade juices. The mix of tradition with great quality ingredients and an international spirit, will make you feel part of the city.” -Riccardo Casiraghi and Stefano Paleari

Via Felice Casati, 27, 20124 Milano MI, Italy

https://www.pavemilano.com/ "

What To Wear To Pavè

Erba Brusca

“Our favorite restaurant is Erba Brusca. We love the chef Alice Delcour and her farm to table philosphy. The restaurant is not in the city’s center, so for us, it’s a nice escape from our daily routine. Their garden provides spices, vegetables, and lots of seasonal inspirations in the menu.” -Riccardo Casiraghi and Stefano Paleari

Alzaia Naviglio Pavese, 286, 20142 Milano MI, Italy


Bar Basso

“Bar Basso is a real Milanese institution. You can meet extraordinary people and every time we’ve taken our friends from abroad herem they leave super happy. You can’t say that you have been to Milan without having had an aperitif at Bar Basso.” -Riccardo Casiraghi and Stefano Paleari

Via Plinio, 39, 20020 Milano MI, Italy


What To Wear To Bar Basso