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Caffè Parigi

A bit of theater from la bonne époque, perfect for all occasions

Caffè Parigi is a bistro and cocktail bar in the prestigious Palazzo Parigi Hotel in the heart of Brera.

It has an elegant and refined ambience, and is the perfect setting for an informal lunch or breakfast. Large wrought iron windows illuminate the large space, and bring attention to the bar’s high decorated ceilings, the parquetry of the floor, the delicate upholstery of the chairs, vases of fresh flowers, sculptures and original artworks hanging on wood-paneled walls. It all works together to create a very warming atmosphere from a bygone era.

Designed by French maestro of design, Pierre Yves Rochon, the room is a study in detail. It’s an almost theatrical space, where the living room and kitchen are separated by a curtains and mirrors.

In addition to the cocktail bar, Caffé Parigi also boasts a warm winter garden, a veranda with wrought iron tables and chairs overlooking a beautiful garden filled with statues.

The caffé serves a buffet breakfast, finger food for aperitivo, and a varied menu for lunch and dinner with both fish and meat dishes, salads, and some reinterpretations of traditional pasta dishes, along with an extensive wine list.

Every day until December 31, the between 5 and 7pm, you can enjoy a hot tea accompanied by a selection of macarons from Ladurée.

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