From Toni Manero to James Bond

From January to March, four appointments that should not be missed at the Bistrot music club.

What is the thread that links Saturday Night Fever to 007 via Prohibition, Grease and the world's most famous bitter, namely Campari? It's a thread called party, or celebration, or dance and bubbly evening - call it what you like - polished and shaken with mastery by the Bistrot's barmen, Antonio and Matteo above all.

It starts on 28 January with Saturday Night Fever and music played on vintage vinyl. On 11 February, Prohibition takes centre stage, from Chicago to Corvara in an unmissable night with live music from the 20s and 30s and themed cocktails. On 21 February, it's the turn of Grease, in the company of Danny, Sandy and pretty wisps of peroxide hair. Live music all about the 50s and 60s. On 24 February, the Bistrot hosts Milan's legendary Camparino bar and the night turns red with live music and mixbitters a go go. Last but not least, on 4 March there is the 007 Night, with a licence to party all night long.

At the Bistrot's aperitif and after-dinner evenings, all guests are invited, those from Casa and those passing through. A dress code appropriate to the theme is recommended and, above all, it is important to participate with one sole and proper intention: to have a good time and enjoy it more than ever.