Housed in a former railway shed situated beneath the tracks of Milan’s Central Station, Tunnel Club has been in the vanguard of one of the most robust electronic music scenes in Europe since the 1990s. Despite setbacks in the early aughts, the venue has recently asserted itself as a trendsetter in Milan’s clubbing scene with its techno, trance and house DJ sets. The vibe is more underground than upmarket, and people come here almost exclusively for the music rather than to see and be seen. So although the crowd is hip, there’s not much in the way of sartorial judgment.
Time Out tip: To gear up for a night of clubbing, head to nearby Isola for a braised pork-belly ramen at Casa Ramen, followed by a new wave negroni made with mezcal at The Botanical Club.
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Via Sammartini, 30