Whoever doesn’t own an item from Moleskine, please raise your hand! We know all too well that Moleskine notebooks create dependency. It must be because they are so convenient yet simple with their classic black cover and elastic, but also imaginative when it comes to their limited and special editions. My love for the product line has caused me to have rather high expectations of the Moleskine Café, which opened today at 65 corso Garibaldi, in the heart of Brera. This is the first Moleskine café to open in a city centre, and what better choice than our beautiful Milan?
The pictures I have just received have given me the desire to try it out as soon as possible. A bit of a literary café, a bit of an art gallery, a bit of a store and book store: the premises all seem excellent. The café is divided onto two floors: on the mezzanine you will find a sofa area dedicated to reading and working, whereas on the ground floor the environment will be more lively with a coffee shop, workshops and a display of books and notebooks (which, obviously, can be purchased!). Lunch will be served everyday, with a sandwich, soup and salad, and on Sundays brunch will be served from noon onwards.
Not to mention the outdoor space, perfect for these warm summer days. I have a feeling it might end up on my list of favourite coworking cafés. I’ll be trying it out in the next few days, what about you?
Corso Garibaldi 65, Milan
Open everyday from 7:00am to 9:00pm
Read the original article on Conosco un Posto. This English version was translated by Kelsey Rivett.