29 September 2016
If the restaurant is perfect for a quiet dinner to re-discover the traditional flavors of Milan, the bar area is, on the other hand, suitable for a quick break accompanied by shakes, homemade cakes and pastries. Finally the lounge area of Librarie surprises, more than just small praise to the printed word, where you can buy rare illustrated books selected by the expert Alessandro Andrei. Sought-after volumes dedicated to design, art and photography share space with a broad selection of Italian and international magazines. Here, time seems to stand still…
Out of time and, above all, out of the chaotic run-run of Milan and its people, L’Arabesque is a separate world created with great consistency by Chichi Meroni. It is a unique and inimitable, capable of bringing together fashion collections for men and women, vintage clothing, sought- after jewellery, fragrances of sophisticated perfumery and a gallery of modern art. A few months ago, L’Arabesque also added a restaurant and a literary cafe, a chic venue that looks back to the elegance of the ’50s.
Even in this new venture the perfectionism of Ms. Meroni is confirmed outright, traceable especially in the details, as in the service of white porcelain dishes made especially for the locale by Villeroy and Boch.
WHERE: Largo Augusto 10, 20122 Milan