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Alessia Rizzetto

Founder of Alessia Rizzetto PR

Alessia arrived in Milan to study law before turning to restaurant guide Le Fooding and, after several years between Milan, Paris and New York, she now operates her own company, Alessia Rizzetto PR. She lives between Milan and Ibiza developing communication strategies for renowned chefs and wine and spirits producers.

Alessia's Top Tips:

  1. In Milan you can live different experiences, feeling the vibes of different cities and cultures, all without moving. Walking in the pedestrian area in Porta Nuova reminds me of New York’s High Line, Sforza Castle makes me feel like a queen, and the Navigli Area with the Sunday flea markets brings me back to my hometown, Padova.
  2. Funky Table is the place to go for interiors and kitchen furniture. If you’ve forgotten to pick up a birthday gift or souvenir, rest assured you won’t leave here empty handed.
  3. In the very heart of Milan, Trattoria Milanese is the best cure for the winter blues. Here the best risotto con l’ossobuco is served by friendly waiters still speaking the typical Milanese dialect. Try the zabaione cream with savoiardi biscuits – they taste like heaven!