Moleskine Cafè / Milano

Corso Garibaldi 65 Milano 20121
+39 02 7200 0608
Opening Hours
Sun, Sat 09:00 - 20:00
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 08:00 - 20:00
# 1147 of 4214 Restaurants in Milan
average 3313 votes
Tips from the Net @ Moleskine Cafè
Violeta Hernandez Suarez en
Lovely place to catch up. Excellent selection of coffee. The toilet were not so clean but other than that, pretty place to make a stop. GooglePlace - February 2018
Artur Chalyj en
It's mostly very busy, and the atmosphere didn't feel very cosy or friendly. If you're lucky to find a spot with electricity upstairs, be aware it gets extremely uncomfortably warm. It's fun to spend one day working here just to feel cool and hip, but if you have real work to do, go to a library. GooglePlace - January 2018
Pranay Gupta en
Amazing place for creative professionals. This place bursts with creative energy. But it's actually a cool place for any one with a high spirit and need for a comfortable corner to work. The place serves good food with a brand emotion in it. I would recommend this place at least once. Next I don't need to. 😉 GooglePlace - December 2017
nurselin kaya en
Great place to study, cheap and no sitting fee Foursquare - December 2017
Lily Tang en
I'm not going to give this place a bad review because it's too crowded, since that just means that people like working here as much as I do. With that being said, unless you're going to come first thing in the morning, you're not going to find a seat. Like some other people have mentioned, you can only use your laptop at the high tables. During meal times, they will also ask you to move from the downstairs area for meal service, but there isn't really enough room upstairs to accommodate everyone. The one time that I worked here, my cappuccino was great (and beautiful), the cream croissant was one of the best I've ever had, the wifi worked fine. Overall a really good experience, except that it got crowded as the morning went on. Also the cafe has a lot of natural lighting and the aesthetics are on point!! GooglePlace - December 2017