Dora in poi
A restaurant on the banks of Lungo Dora Firenze serving Italian-style dim sum - in other words, fusion cuisine that mixes the national gastronomy with exotic (but locally grown) ingredients and influences from around the world.
In the suburban district of Barriera di Milano and inside a post-industrial bulding, Edit (Eat, Drink, Innovate Together) is a new food hub housing restaurants, cocktail bars, cafés and spaces devoted to cooking classes and events, boasting the collaboration of some huge Italian chefs.
Mara dei Boschi
Simply one of the most delicious artisan gelatos in Turin, made with local, seasonal ingredients, alpine milk and eggs from non-intensive farms.
Mercato di Porta Palazzo
The largest open-air market in Turin (and in Europe), this is a true institution in the city. Located in the octagonal Piazza della Repubblica, in the historic district of Borgo Dora and a few steps from the center, it includes a food market and a clothes & shoe market. On Saturdays, it hosts the Balon,Turin's most renowned flea and antiques market.
A design studio in the lively Vanchiglia district that is also a design store featuring an amazing selection of objects and furniture from established and rising brands and designers. Its beautiful, colorful window is an irresistible call to plunge into a world of beauty carefully created by architect Laura Marchesi and landscape designer Giorgio Osella.
The Slowear Store
Via Giuseppe Luigi Lagrange, 35
In the heart of the city, The Slowear Store is not just a menswear store but a warm, cozy, and welcoming space where you can browse through the collections while listening to old vinyls, having an espresso, and leafing through a book.
A weekend in Turin would not be complete without a little taste of its renowned chocolate-making tradition. We recommend dropping by this artisan chocolate shop which is particularly known for the quality of its Giandujotto, the famous local hazelnut chocolate, and of its delicous Gianduja spread. The original salt and extra-virgin olive oil cremino is also a must-try.
Author : The Slowear Journal