A high-class shirt does not only convince in daily business life. A nice shirt should also be taken out – but where to? CARPASUS, the brand for sustainable quality shirts, put together a selection of places in style in Zurich.
Brunch at Bebek
The Bebek is the little sister of the Maison Blunt. The food is entirely dedicated to a local-oriental mix. Especially the brunch is worth taking your shirt out. The menu ranges from the small Turkish breakfast to the ‘Genossenschaftszmorge’ (the Cooperative’s breakfast). The restaurant with its five meter high ceilings and the window front at the back granting a glance into a tram parking hall offers the shirt a unique ambience.
Lunch at Rosaly's
The Rosaly’s is a small but beautiful restaurant. A bit hidden near Bellevue, just behind the ‘Sternengrill’, it does not only offer classics such as ‘Chässpätzli’ (traditional cheese noodles) or ‘Mistkratzerli’ (spring chicken), but also offers the meat of the Sternengrill on its menu. A nice selection for a lunch in your business shirt. However, the small restaurant with its excellent wine selection is also recommended for a date in the evening.
Coffee at La Stanza
The La Stanza swears by the Faema coffee machine from the year 1963 for its famous espresso. Reason enough to see for yourself what the fuss is all about. The classic-elegant atmosphere offers the shirt wearing man a suitable spot to take in some caffeine for the afternoon.
Dinner at Josef's
The Josef is revolutionary in Zurich: The restaurant near Langstrasse has abolished the main course – at least at night. Especially if you are one of the shirt wearing men who does not want to deal with tough ordering decisions at the end of the day, you get your money’s worth in the restaurant and bar. This way you can profit from more than one tasteful work of art.
A glass of wine at the Razzia
The Razzia is pompous – here you might need to pick the most elegant shirt out of your wardrobe. From frescos over the wall paper in the bathroom up to the giant giraffe, the restaurant creates its own special charm. In the former cinema you can now admire a range of fine wines instead of a projector and enjoy a glass of wine in style.
A last drink at Dante's
The Dante hosts, especially on weekends, a slightly younger crowd than the previous recommendations. Who would like to enjoy his drink while seated will either need to arrive early or during the week – the seats in the rather spartanly furnished Dante are limited. The drinks however leave hardly anything to be desired. Especially the variety of Gins made a name for itself in the city.
You have further ideas where the man should take his shirt out to? We look forward to your comments for new going out-tips!