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In the heart of the Moto-district of Milan, the Deus Café is the venue of the Australian brand Deus ex Machina specializing in customizing motorcycles, bicycles and surfboards.

The Café is open all day, from breakfast until late at night. Inside, vintage furnishings alternate with revamped furnishings, the walls are lined with photographs and drawings motorcycle in theme, whilst lamps industrial in their inspiration complement the “mechanic” style of the bar. The Deus is famous for its Sunday brunch but also for its exclusive cocktails. Among the proposals is a mix of vodka flavoured with orange, celery and lemon, or a “tonic” blend of cardamom-vodka, gin and ginger beer. For those who want to put something between their teeth the dishes range from lobster Catalan style to ‘orecchia di elefante’(equivalent of veal cutlet Milanese), not to mention a juicy hamburger-USA style.

Via Thaon Revel in Milan is now called the Moto-district. Beside the Island, in the shadow of the skyscrapers of Porta Nuova, the Moto-district is unique in Europe. In this area there is a collection of several shops selling accessories for motorcycles and which specialize in customization. There are also eateries American style, a barber 40s style and a clothing store specializing in clothing for those who like life on the road. Not only bikers and fans of two wheels, the Moto-neighbourhood is also frequented by those who want to spend an evening with friends, drinking a beer or eating something.
An address not to be missed is the Deus Café, the restaurant that has opened next to the workshop of the Australian brand Deus ex Machina, specializing in the creation and sale of motorcycles, bicycles and surfboards.

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Among the cocktails served at Deus there are a mix of flavoured vodkas really out of the ordinary.
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Pieces of historic design and revamped furnishings alternate within the room.
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The hanging lamps, industrial in taste, linking the environment of the Deus Café to that of the adjacent motorcycle workshop.
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On the walls there are drawings and photographs of motorcycles and accessories for two-wheelers; the same designs are used on the original paper place mats used for the table settings
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The counter Deus Café with four stools in reclaimed wood.

WHERE: Via Thaon di Revel 3, 20159 Milano

The Café is open all day, from breakfast until late at night. Inside, vintage furnishings alternate with revamped furnishings, the walls are lined with photographs and drawings motorcycle in theme, whilst lamps industrial in their inspiration complement the “mechanic” style of the bar. The Deus is famous for its Sunday brunch but also for its exclusive cocktails. Among the proposals is a mix of vodka flavoured with orange, celery and lemon, or a “tonic” blend of cardamom-vodka, gin and ginger beer. For those who want to put something between their teeth the dishes range from lobster Catalan style to ‘orecchia di elefante’(equivalent of veal cutlet Milanese), not to mention a juicy hamburger-USA style.
Via Thaon Revel in Milan is now called the Moto-district. Beside the Island, in the shadow of the skyscrapers of Porta Nuova, the Moto-district is unique in Europe. In this area there is a collection of several shops selling accessories for motorcycles and which specialize in customization. There are also eateries American style, a barber 40s style and a clothing store specializing in clothing for those who like life on the road. Not only bikers and fans of two wheels, the Moto-neighbourhood is also frequented by those who want to spend an evening with friends, drinking a beer or eating something.
An address not to be missed is the Deus Café, the restaurant that has opened next to the workshop of the Australian brand Deus ex Machina, specializing in the creation and sale of motorcycles, bicycles and surfboards.
WHERE: Via Thaon di Revel 3, 20159 Milano

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