For many years, Ezio Gritti has been the protagonist in the kitchen of the historic restaurant in Via Solata, in Città Alta, with whom he obtained the Michelin star in 2005. After a working break in Bali, Gritti could not resist the call of his homeland. The restaurant of the chef from Bergamo is characterized by an elegant and urban chic style thanks to the furniture of Pedrali, which creates a warm and welcoming atmosphere.
A modern, refined but at the same time cosy restaurant, where Malmö chairs, designed by Cazzaniga Mandelli Pagliarulo presented in a black leather version, and Arki-table, with a white metal structure and a double top of contrasting colours, highlight the clean design: every detail relies on the concepts of simplicity, aesthetics and a strong link with the surrounding territory, expressing the chef’s philosophy at best.
The large prints of the old fair in Bergamo, which frame the walls of the central room, set an atmosphere which invites to feel not only culinary but also sensory emotions, while the three-dimensional tiles play with the light at the entrance, creating a minimal design decoration. In this context, the furniture of the Italian company exalts the combination of excellence between design and the tradition of the best Italian cuisine, as a key for the enhancement of Made in Italy at an international level.
The elegant outdoor terrace is made even more classy by Kado, framing a breathtaking view of the surrounding landscape, Ara Lounge seats, designed by Jorge Pensi, and Intrigo, designed by Marco Pocci and Claudio Dondoli, together with Fabbrico and Ikon tables by Pio and Tito Toso, which all contribute to making an outdoor dinner or a tasting at the end of a business appointment unforgettable.