#ChicEats: The 12 Most Fashionable Restaurants Around the World

Kristen Bateman
#ChicEats: The 12 Most Fashionable Restaurants Around the World
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Fashion and food have an undeniable relationship. And with more brands opening restaurants than ever before (Ralph Lauren, Burberry, Prada), that kinship has never been stronger: which is why we’re charting the best fashion inspired restaurants around the world.

From a Prada owned bakery to a resort and restaurant designed to represent the Versace lifestyle, click through the gallery above to see the world’s most fashionable eats.

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Ralph's Coffee, New York: Located above the Ralph Lauren Polo flagship on Fifth Avenue in New York City is Ralph Lauren's very own coffee shop. Head there for the brand's freshly brewed coffee beans to take home, or a piping hot Americano and pastry.

Photo: Ralph's Coffee

Pasticceria Marchesi, Milan: This Milanese bakery is almost 200 years old--with natives and fashionable locals alike flocking to the Via Montenapoleone location for candy colored cakes, pastries and the perfect coffee. The bakery was recently bought by Miuccia Prada (you can see why--with its lush, fabric colored walls and gorgeous sweets) as a way to preserve Milanese culture. The fashion influence is undeniable, and the space is great for watching some of the best dressed people in the world at any given time.

Photo: Pasticceria Marchesi

Club Cavalli, MiamiThis hybrid club-restaurant lives by the style rules Cavalli created. Think: bold animal prints, swinging florals, and a hint of Italian charm. The menu changes seasonally--and the option to go for drinks only is always available.

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Bar Luce, Milan: This Wes Anderson designed cafe is a collaboration between the director and designer Miuccia Prada. Located within the Prada Fondazione museum, the space's pastel colored chairs, tables and menus contrast against 70's inspired decor, retro pinball machines and some very instagrammable lattes. Head there for the pastries and gelato--though the sandwiches are also worth trying.

Chanel Beige, Tokyo: Alain Ducasse's restaurant atop the Chanel flagship in Tokyo is decked out with tweed covered seats and panoramic views of the city. The highly acclaimed French chef serves a menu which includes both French and Japanese ingredients, and the menus are split into different categories such as pret-a-porter (lighter and more affordable) and haute couture (more expensive and gourmet.)

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Vanitas at Palazzo Versace, Queensland, Australia: Located on the Gold Cost of Australia, this Versace themed restaurant is all about luxury. Everything from the walls to the cutlery is inspired by Versace's ultra-glam aesthetic and lifestyle. The actual restaurant is located inside the Palazzo Versace resort, so you can spend the night too, if you're into it. Opt for unusual items on the menu, such as the pumpkin and pinenut ravioli with mustard fruits or the tea smoked pheasant.

Photo: Palazzo Versace

Rose Bakery, New York: Located inside the Rei Kawakubo owned concept store, Dover Street Market, is Rose Bakery--a healthy cafe that originated in England. Expect delicious sweets with a Parisian influence and lots of healthy, fresh, vegetable based options such as lobster mushroom quiche or assiette de legumes with sugar snap peas and salsa verde.

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Thomas's Cafe, London: This newly-opened cafe is located inside the Burberry flagship in London. Serving British classics like fish and chips, afternoon tea, and shepherd's pie--it's English food made extremely instagrammable, and of course, fashionable.

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Ceresio 7, Milan: The beauty of this Milanese hotspot is that you can take in all the views and watch all the glamorous people from the top of Milan. The rooftop restaurant boasts a pool, which you can have drinks beside, and a full menu which includes everything from tuna with artichoke to lemon gnocchi with capers. It's owned by the designers of Italian label Dsquared2.

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The Berkeley Hotel, London: Inside this luxury hotel, you can have what's called a 'fashionista's tea'. The service includes cakes and cookies inspired by current season collections ranging from Stella McCartney to Moschino, Manolo Blahnik and more. The menu changes every season, and past pastries have included a McDonald's branded Moschino tote rendered in the form of a cookie.

Photo: The Berkeley Hotel

The Polo Bar, New York: Just around the corner from Ralph's Coffee is the Polo Bar. As Ralph Lauren's first New York based full service restaurant (one exists in Paris and in Chicago, too) the all-American eatery serves a classic menu ranging from burgers (from his the designer's cattle ranch in Colorado, whenever possible), to BLTs and corned beef sandwiches. The interior is true Ralph Lauren style--think: lots of aged leather and equestrian memorabilia.

Photo: The Polo Bar

Armani Restaurant, Milan: Armani's Milan restaurant is situated in a modern, chic location (steps away from Prada's Pasticceria Marchesi) inside the Armani hotel. The restaurant boasts a Michelin star and serves a classic Italian menu. Also worth checking out: the rooftop bar attached to the restaurant, which has stunning views of Milan's Duomo cathedral.

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