Why locals love it
Ohibò is one of the newest Arci projects in Milan. Unlike others, however, it was established as a cultural association and is open during the day as well as at night. It offers courses, workshops and other events, and runs various social initiatives such as a bike repair shop and immigrant assistance.
Why you should visit it
In the evenings, Ohibò transforms into a club and disco bar with alternative DJ sets and garage rock concerts. Its prices are popular, but you must have an Arci card to enter (the card costs €10 and is valid for the whole year). There’s a reggae night every Tuesday, and Ape Retrò (prohibitionist aperitif!) on Sundays.
To get here, take the MM3 subway (yellow line) to Lodi T.I.B.B., then walk for five minutes in the direction of Via Benaco.