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5 things to do for the Milan weekend

From May 7 to 9

5 things to do for the Milan weekend From May 7 to 9

The second weekend of the yellow zone in Milan: the enthusiasm is so much, the weather fortunately still clement and the curfew painfully in force. But don't worry - you can live even before ten o'clock in the evening and with our five proposals that we have listed below you will be sure that you have made the best use of every minute of your day. 

Here are five things to do in Milan this weekend.

To Eat – Carlo al Naviglio

A union of bistro and cocktail bar, Carlo al Naviglio is Carlo Cracco's new restaurant. Brand new opening here in Milan and located in a somewhat decentralized but up-and-coming area and is located inside the Hotel Excel Naviglio Milano. The menu and drink list are not far from the typical proposal of Cracco restaurants with Italian classics remixed with great elegance and inventiveness and, of course, a seasonal proposal in perennial evolution.

Carlo al Naviglio
Via Lodovico il Moro, 117

To Discover - Neïl Beloufa – Digital Mourning @ Pirelli Hangar Bicocca

The first Italian exhibition dedicated to the artist French, whose work focuses on commenting and deconstructing the contradictions of modernity by manipulating the sensory perceptions of visitors through the language of video games, social networks and media. The emphasis on digital interactions, their representations and mediations, aims to expose the control mechanisms inherent in nationalist ideologies, data collection and the construction of post-colonial identities.

Pirelli HangarBicocca
Via Chiese, 2
Informations and bookings here

To Chill – Giardini della Guastalla

Like the other parks of Milan but smaller and more discreet and, above all, decorated by a beautiful eighteenth-century fish pond. The park is one of the oldest in the city, it was founded in 1555 and only became public centuries later – but the aristocratic garden mood remained almost unchanged. It's also incredibly Instagram friendly. 

Giardini della Guastalla
Via Francesco Sforza, 25

To Shop – Supreme Store

After two years of waiting, Supreme's Milanese store is finally open. Huge open windows on Porta Garibaldi, sculptures by Mark Gonzales and above all a Box Logo that has already touched resell prices simply out of mind. If you have to shop this weekend, you know where to go. 

Supreme Milano
Corso Garibaldi, 20

To Club – Ralph’s Milano

Clubs are obviously closed, but the combination of music, cocktails, and the Columns crowd should be a pleasant surrogate. If there are also Akeem's live DJ sets the choice is soon made.

Via Edmondo de Amicis, 4