Bicerin (from bicchierino; small glass) is a local specialty, which lends its name to this café. Decorated in wood, mirror and marble inside the cafe has a vintage feel; outside the cast-iron capital columns are original. This bar is very popular with the locals who stop by for their daily dose of caffeine and a convivial chat. Specialties include Zabaione, cold chocolate and a wide range of herbal teas. One of the city's most iconic cafes, Al Bicerin is an institution that oughtn't to be missed while visiting Turin.
Birrificio Torino is a known maker of craft beer in Turin, Italy. The décor of the brewery elaborate drawing inspiration from the twentieth century. The kitchen ensures that there is delicious food available to match the perfection of the home brewed beer. The venue also offers a platform to local musicians and buskers. Patrons are requested to make a reservation beforehand, so that they can get the best of the Birrificio Torino experience.
Hiroshima Mon Amour, a cultural association, is a large place on the outskirts of Turin, near the Lingotto Station, which is famous for its organized cabarets and music shows. A whole generation of comedians and musicians have performed here. Located in what used to be a school, Hiroshima is a large and atmospheric place. There are various rooms, which are all named after political characters who belonged to the communists. One of the rooms is a large pub and another is where the shows are held and is also used as the dance floor. There is a vast choice of beers and sandwiches served here.
Effortlessly morphing from a day to night venue, Fluido is a trendy club nestled in the Parco del Valentino. With breathtaking river views and surrounded by lush greenery, this nightclub and cafe scores points for its exceptional location. A great place to enjoy a relaxed coffee in the afternoon or mingle with the city's chic crowd post sunset, this versatile hub is a great addition to the Turin's nightlife. From heart-thumping beats spun by the city's top DJs to live music played against the backdrop of illuminated riverfront, Fluido is truly magical after hours.
La Casa del Demone is a steakhouse in the Italian city of Turin. The décor is set to match the name- an exaggerated and dramatic ode to the demon in hell. The kitchen serves all kinds of meats- steak, sirloin, ribs in different styles of cooking from traditional Italian to an exotic Argentinean. All the ingredients are specially sourced and freshly bought. Ironically, the staff in this demonic establishment is extremely friendly and the food, absolutely heavenly.
If you're looking for an authentic local dining experience,Trattoria Fratelli Bravo, owned by two brothers is a good option to check out. Warm rustic interiors and friendly service makes for a pleasant dining experience while the menu draws inspiration from regional cuisine. Dishes to try include the battuta di fassone con crema di tartufo, risotto con fragole e castelmagno and vitello tonnato con le nocciole. The wine list is extensive, featuring over 200 varieties to choose from as the perfect accompaniment to your dish. Don't miss out sampling their decadent desserts, a sweet treat to end your meal. The menu changes constantly with what's in season so it's a good idea to ask your server. For reservations, contact the restaurant.
Established in 1988, the club has 35,000 members and organizes about 60 concerts every winter season. Check the website for upcoming concerts.
This Irish pub distinguishes itself by its dedication to rugby fans; it is devoted to the 6 nations tournament, with theme evenings. The interior is subdivided into two floors, with many little rooms that create an intimate, comfortable atmosphere with typical, wood decorations. The clientele are often foreign and even many of the waiters are Irish. A pint of beer or even a hot meal with a beer won't cost you much.