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Ceresio7, Poolside Happy Hour

Ceresio7 Pools & Restaurant, photo credits (c) Ceresio7
Ceresio7 Pools & Restaurant, photo credits (c) Ceresio7

Just steps from the Porta Garibaldi district, Ceresio 7 is a place where past and present, design, fashion and leisure time blend for a unique identity. Located on the top floor of a former 1930s industrial building, at number 7 via Ceresio, this trendy Cocktail Bar&Restaurant was given a complete makeover reflecting the creativity of its owners, fashion designers Dean and Dan Caten, aka Dsquared2.
Every evening, at its American bar, Ceresio 7 stages one of the city’s coolest aperitivo rituals, amidst dim lighting, vintage objects and paintings inspired by street art and graffiti, including two original lithographs by New York artist Jean-Michel Basquiat.

Aperitivo in perfect New York style

The venue’s outdoor lounge area, which winds between two terraces with a pool, offering a dazzling 360° view over Milan’s skyline, is an unmissable destination for lovers of breathtaking vistas. In summer, you can sip a selection of prestigious whiskies from the Macallan distillery, or discover a selection of innovative seasonal cocktails created by Bar Manager Guglielmo Miriello, paired with finger food signed by chef Elio Sironi. The cocktail list features a variety of options, including the venue’s timeless ‘Negroni Vintage’ and ‘Italian Beauty, signature cocktails like ‘Bloody Mary with a touch of celery’ and ‘Brooklyn Reloaded’, or non-alcoholic choices, ironically referred to as ‘no hangover drinks’ including ‘Lilikoi’, which features a combination of exotic fruit flavours, spicy notes of saffron and the beneficial properties of Aloe Vera and black tea with bergamot.

Ceresio 7 Pools & Restaurant
Via Ceresio, 7
M5 (purple line) Monumentale
T: +39 02 31039221

Open daily
Bar: 12.30pm-1am
Restaurant: 12.30pm-3pm and 7.30pm-11pm
Pool: 10am-5.30pm (From June to September)

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