About Clare
I am a creative director, based between London and NYC where I design homeware and interior spaces. I love to travel - finding (and sharing) the best local restaurants, bars, galleries and shops on my travels brings me joy. Find my design work @clarewalsh and my travel tips (coming soon) @roomservice_world
Current city: New York
Other cities: LondonMilan
I am a creative director, based between London and NYC where I design homeware and interior spaces. I love to travel - finding (and sharing) the best local restaurants, bars, galleries and shops on my travels brings me joy. Find my design work @clarewalsh and my travel tips (coming soon) @roomservice_world
Wine bar serving a great selection of wines by the glass and bottle, alongside a selection of small plates. Lovely interior and friendly staff. Booking suggested.
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Home of the negroni sbagliato. God fun for an aperitivo served in a gigantic glass, especially popular during Salone del Mobile.
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Classic Milanese restaurant for a special occasion. Definitely try the risotto!
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Cute cafe designed by Wes Anderson at the Prada Foundation. The interior is in the style of a Milanese bar from the 1950s/60s and has a good selection of sandwiches, coffee and alcoholic drinks.
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Tuscan comfort food in the Brera district. Cozy space with traditional interior.
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Iconic pasticceria (owned by LVMH) serving beautifully crafted pastries and coffee since 1817. Don't skip on the pistachio croissant!
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Tiny traditional restaurant with no reservations. Delicious traditional Milanese food, all cooked in their tiny kitchen. Always a queue so arrive early!
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Tiny wine bar and store in Milan's Chinatown area, selling wine by the bottle and by the glass, alongside small plates/snacks. Friendly staff and great selection of wine. Always popular so be prepared to stand!
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Fancy restaurant for special occasions. Wonderful service in a beautiful location.
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Modern coffee shop, offering artisan coffee and pastries.
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Photography book store. Check opening hours before visiting!
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Rotating modern art exhibitions in a complex of. beautifully design/renovated buildings, designed by Rem Koolhaas. Also has a great cafe and restaurant.
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Best designer clothing store in Milan (in my humble opinion!).
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Art and design museum in the Parco Sempione. Some permanent and some rotating exhibitions. Definitely visit the Casa Lana installation and the Italian Design permanent exhibit.
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Modern design space and gallery, home of Capsule magazine. Store and coffee shop next door.
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Small home/gallery space featuring various works from the Memphis movement.
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Vintage interiors store selling mid-century and post-modern homeware.
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