Carlo and Camilla in Segheria is Carlo Cracco‘s “low cost” project (so to speak). Restaurant and cocktail bar, opened in spring 2014 in a former sawmill, here you can eat, but also just sit at the bar (or in the courtyard, in good weather) and sip drinks, a tightrope journey through the mixology in which to be guided by waiters or barmen.
The restaurant was born from the former factory of Tanja Solci‘s grandparents, art director and designer in the life of the place, and which today houses the restaurant of Carlo Cracco and Nicola Fanti.
The set-up includes long wooden tables, noble crystal chandeliers, seats by A.G. Fronzoni and Jasper Morrison produced by Cappellini. Solci dresses the table with an unprecedented mise en place: an expanse of white porcelain and plates with different decorations, selected in Richard Ginori‘s discontinued production. The external courtyard, with ancient woodworking machinery, completes this immense work of industrial architecture.
The menu includes dishes of Italian gastronomic traction but revisited in a modern key by the young Luca Pedata. The offer is seasonal and changes 4 times a year with meat, fish and vegetarian alternatives with always fresh and selected ingredients.
The cocktail bar welcomes customers from aperitifs to after dinner and serves its proposal both in the indoor and outdoor spaces of the courtyard, offering the possibility of combining dinner with a drink.
The bartender is Nicola Romiti who offers an innovative liquid cuisine. A concept that adds ingredients and cooking techniques from haute cuisine to classic mixing.
The location is reinvented. Customers can rent rooms for private events, parties and weddings, but also corporate meetings, co-working, photo shoots, exhibitions, fashion shows, show cooking and much more.
Carlo e Camilla in Segheria
via Giuseppe Meda, 24, Milano
aperto da lunedì al sabato: 18:30 – 2:00
domenica: 12:00 – 15:30 / 18:30 – 2:00