I live in an area of the city that I find increasingly interesting and constantly evolving.
I love wandering around with my bicycle, going from the park to the Triennale and maybe stopping to buy flowers, fresh fruit and vegetables at the Via Fauche market.
Being so close to Parco Sempione is priceless and the Via Paolo Sarpi is incredibly full of wonderful and particular bars; you can never get bored because you could change places every day and always feel at home.
I often go to restaurants like "da Gino Bonaparte", "Montina", "Pasticceria Sciuscia '", or "Vecchio Friuli" where they serve wines and cheeses that cannot be easly found and sometimes they even play live jazz, in a place so private and intimate that it seems to go to an old friend's house.
“Kitchen Society” is another example of a hidden and wonderful restaurant where I spent unforgettable evenings.
I also love the Frida Bike courtyard in Via Piero della Francesca where I found my Dutch 3-wheel cergo bike where I load my 2 children, and the “Romans club”, a place where I take refuge and get pampered. At the “Madera” in Piazza Gramsci you can never go wrong.
And the great thing is that they are still opening amazing places with every passing day.