Bistrot

FIRST CHOICE FOR “6 LEGGED” PASSENGERS

Waiting is boring … too boring. If you find yourself at Milan Central Station waiting for your (late) train in company with your furry friend, … if you have already jumped around to admire the beautiful structure of this historical building, if you need a “time out” from the crowd, then you should “park” yourself at Bistro Milano Centrale, a spacious “bark friendly” bar, shop, restaurant inside the train station. A perfect place to relax, take the right time to savor a dish, listen to good music, get some news or checking your emails.

Historically speaking, it was a waiting room for third class passengers,  recently turned it into a bistrot with city open market concept. With eco-compatible and recycled materials interior design, Bistrot offers various kind of delicious Italian food which comes from real Italian Farms, a rare thing to bump into once in a train station. For those who catch the early train, it can be breakfast kind of place with good selection of croissants and other sweet stuff not to mention the “buono” Italian coffee. Or if you are stranded during the happy hour, it can also be an “alternative” aperitivo place with good wine selection and many kinds of panini, focaccia and delicious chips to save you (and your dog) before turning into a hungry wolf!

Address: Piazza Duca D’aosta (second floor) – map
Phone: (+39) 02 67481995
Web: www.bistrotmilanocentrale.it
Mail: info@bistrotmilanocentrale.it
M2 Centrale (green line), M3 Centrale (yellow line)
Mon-Sun: 06.00am-09.30pm
Just shelter at Bistrot every time you need to “cut out” from the rest of the world, avoiding beggars, pickpockets or sneaking from the police pretending your dog to be a smuggler of “dog biscuits” ….LOL

 

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