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Cova Re-Open its Historical Store in Montenapoleone on 7 April

by Giulia Minero

NEW OPENING – One of the reference points in town for pastry, coffee and fine dining has refurbished its historical cafe in the heart of Montenapoleone district. Cova boutique celebrates the 200 years of history of the brand with a new look and enlarged spaces, in perfect keeping with the distinctive historical details of the previous venue. Indeed, the well-loved food temple has kept unaltered its beautiful decorations such as the mosaic on the entrance floor, golden mirrors and luxurious crystal lighting.
Guests to the cafe can now also enjoy their coffee or lunch break in the elegant inner courtyard designed in the 17th century by great architect Giuseppe Piermarini, who also projected the Scala Opera House.
The re-opening of Cova also marks the celebration of Italian food excellence with the fine Italian recipes and sweet treats that have made the cafe a must for foodie lovers, plus the well known original panettone.

[Featured image: Paola Faccioli, CEO Cova Milano]

Via Montenapoleone, 8
M1 (red line) San Babila

External links: www.covamilano.com

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