Set in the picturesque gardens of the Hotel Sheraton Diana Majestic, H Club>Diana Garden Bar is a popular haunt for the city's fashionistas during the summers. Its intimate setting is ideal for date nights while the happy hours draw in a fashionable crowd. Sway to the beats of the resident DJ and nibble to tasty bites.
Das Alcatraz war bei den Einheimischen hier sehr beliebt und es hat eine reichhaltige Geschichte. Alcatraz präsentierte eine Reihe von Konzerten und Ereignissen, darunter Live Auftritte und DJs. Hier kann man für eine ihrer thematisierten Nächte oder ein besonderes Ereignis vorbeischauen.
Opened in 1995, the bi-level, Magazzini Generali is among the top clubs in the city. Minimalist in decor and equipped with great sound systems, it hosts the best of DJs in its premises. From live performances to thrilling DJ beats, this place exudes a vibrant energy. Groove the night away at this veteran night spot.
Rub shoulders with Milans fashion glitterati in one of the most happening night spots on the Milan club scene. At Club Hollywood you will find the who who of the glamour world in Milan. With some of the best music been played here guest party till the wee hours. Do not be put off by the queues at the door or the club's strict entrance policy; this might not be one of the easiest of places to get into, but it's well-worth the effort. Inside it is a bit of a squeeze - not that anyone is complaining about it!
Designed by the versatile Tuscan designer Roberto Cavalli, 'Just Cavalli Cafe' is a meeting place of the high class society of Milan. The interiors are done tastefully with teak floors, small spotlights and comfortable seats with a look that changes once a year. A beautiful outdoor flower garden with sofa cushion chairs and candles, that complements the foot thumping music of the DJ, is quite inviting. Nominated as the "Best Non-Disco Club 2003 ", for most innovative style and glamor, this is the right place to add a bit of pinch and glamor to your food and drinks.
This is the prince of bars and pubs. It is, according to its own right, the mother of all aperitifs. An historical bar of Milan, the Bar Magenta has truly seen all of the fashion modes pass without ever suffering any repercussions and has shown the way to ten years of Milanese passion for the aperitif. The tram drivers and motorists that pass in front of the bar know that they must endure the exhausting lines and weave, somehow or other, between the parked cars of the bar customers. Inside the Bar, which has recently been restored and expanded, there is a typical Bohemian air with early 1900s Art Deco style furnishings. In addition, it is spacious and always full. Initially opened as the Italian version of English Pubs, it offers cocktails of every kind, as well as many speciality beers. Not to be missed.
Merlino & Mago is a really original venue, dispensing with the typical Milan style bar heading towards the more underground style of the Torino dei Murazzi. The Murazzi for those who are unaware, is that part of the city that runs alongside the river Po to which a more extravagent, decadent clientel are attracted. Merlino & Mago seems like it is part of a film set. Although the exact genre is not so clear! Is it thriller, horror, science fiction or cult? It also depends on the evening, the DJ and the current cultural programme. The cocktails are good, all with that hint of magic!
The Arco della Pace is located near the Circolo ex Combattenti, and is only open during the Summer, however those few months are worth a whole year. It is in a large open space, framed by Parco Sempione and crowned by the Arco della Pace. It periodically organises music and dance evenings, under the stars and by candlelight. It is always flooded with a lively clientele ready to have fun. It serves beers, soft drinks, and cocktails.
This cultural circle was previously known as Pietrasanta, and was situated next to the Magazzini Generali (major shops), it is small and tranquil although musicals, shows and cabarets also take place here. A membership card was required in order to enter, but this is no longer the case. Nor is the club located in an old warehouse; it has gained a great deal of space and has more on offer: better drinks, snacks and shows. There is now a stage on which artists can perform. The atmosphere is no longer that of being in your own living room, but it is one of being at a show with all of the effects. The room is lit by candles which reflect off the coloured walls.
This is a trendy place that attracts a thirty something crowd. Graduate students, architects, philosophers and lawyers all meet here for an aperitif or to start the evening off before going on to eat, to a party or to the cinema. It is a large place decorated with a lovely choice of colours and 'Friends' style furnishings. Friendly, dog loving waiters. They offe not only a vast choice of cocktails, but also offer sandwiches, cold dishes and fish.