Pave Cafe in Milan: A Place Like Home by

Issue 55 · Roman Holiday · January 16, 2013

Pave Cafe in Milan: A Place Like Home

Issue 55 · Roman Holiday · January 16, 2013

Milan-based Pave Bakery offers more than your typical Italian biscotti. The owners, four friends who share a love of sweets, wanted to offer their guests a place that feels as comfortable as their own living rooms.

For more information visit Pave online and in person at Via Felice Casati, 27 in Milan.

Pave Milan Bakery Cafe

Above: Owner Diego Bamberghi preparing a glass of coffee.

Above: Pave pastry shop. Photo by Andrea Ruggeri.

Pave Bakery Milan Italy Pastry

Above: Reading lamps encourage lingering.

Pave Bakery Milan Italy Pastry

Above: All the furniture is handmade from reclaimed materials.

Pave Bakery Milan Italy Pastry

Above: Pastry and coffee served on a carrara marble table top.

Pave Bakery Milan Italy Pastry

Above: Pave makes their own chocolates wrapped in decorative paper.

Pave Cafe Bakery Milan

Above: The stenciled drawers add a decorative element to the reclaimed furniture.

N.B.: Looking for more cafes to visit? See 192 other Restaurants around the world.



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