It is at a venue but a short distance from the Marina port, in the mondaine world of White Island that Italian Designer Roberto Cavalli taste the joys of restoration. Indeed, the Cavalli Restaurant & Lounge aims to be the most popular hub of the resort. After the adventure of Cavalli Cafés de Florence and Saint-Tropez, the Italian designer has realised a new project fusing the spirit of its luxury brand, gastronomy and nightclub.
Located on the Paseo Marítimo Juan Carlos, in the heart of a tropical garden of 2000 square meters, a space is transformed into a sublime restaurant which has placed the accent on the traditional Italian culinary art.
The food invites us to Tuscany (Roberto Cavalli’s home region) and the wines made by the Creator’s son, Tommaso Cavalli, bear the famous name.
As for the décor, the floral and feline atmosphere is reminiscent of the universe of the Home Collection. Around the lush garden decorated with Magnolia and jasmine, the dinner tables take place to festivities and Cavalli’s cocktails.
The music chart of the most in vogue DJs of the moment are a massively seductive draw for all-nighters and successful summer is assured.
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