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5 things to do in Milan this weekend

From September 22nd to October 1st

5 things to do in Milan this weekend From September 22nd to October 1st

We have reached the end of the busiest month of the year. September, with all its restarts and new beginnings, with all its unforeseen events and preparations it forces us to think about, is over in the blink of an eye, and October is ready to shift the weather towards a fresh and intoxicating autumn. Or at least one hopes. After Milan Fashion Week, the city seems to have deflated, but there are still plenty of events and venues to discover this weekend. As always, we have collected the best suggestions for your weekdays. Here are 5 things to do in Milan from 29 September to 1 October.


Where to eat in Milan - Onest Milano

Onest Milano is not just any restaurant, but an avant-garde oasis of intimacy. In a cosy garden, between the blue-painted walls of this restaurant, you can enjoy dishes and wines from 9 a.m. until the wee hours of the day. If you fancy a dinner or an aperitif away from the Milanese hustle and bustle, but don't want to give up the culinary experimentation of which the city is an expert, Onest is for you.   

Via Gerolamo Turroni, 2

What to see in Milan - Beauty Week

This weekend will see the start of the second edition of Milano Beauty Week, the week dedicated to the culture of beauty and wellness that this year will have innovation, sustainability, inclusion and emotion as its guiding themes. Until 2 October 2023, stands, talks, meetings, interviews, workshops, and laboratories linked to the world of cosmetics will invade the city of Milan, an unmissable occasion for all lovers of the sector. 

Via Mercanti, 2 

Corso Venezia, 47

Where to chill in Milan - S'Lab

It seems that in the coming days Milanese temperatures will finally start to drop, inviting those in the heart of Milan to travel with imagination and taste, among hot tea and cream cakes. For this reason, this weekend we suggest you try one of S'Lab's specialities. One of the most famous pastry shops in Chinatown, S'Lab offers Japanese crepes, fluffy cakes and matcha tea desserts that are a real treat for the eyes. 

Via Paolo Sarpi, 1

Where to go shopping in Milan - MV% Ceramics Design

In Alzaia Naviglio Grande, Mariavera Chiari's shop has offered a corner of paradise for ceramics enthusiasts for more than twenty years. Objects for the home and garden blend ironic artistic expression with the ceramist's expertise. If you need to find the right gift or simply like unusual decorative objects, this small boutique is for you. 

Alzaia Naviglio Grande, 156

Where to club in Milan - Naturale Festival

This weekend, Naturale Festival returns with a new edition to explore the meaning of the word "natural." Winemakers, chefs, photographers, cultural exponents, landscape architects, designers, agronomists and anthropologists. Through a series of projects, the festival proposes a new way to talk about nature while having fun. 

Via Giuseppe Gabetti, 15