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Want to try some Venetian "cicchetti" ? that's a good place! You can have an aperitif and taste a selection of venetian cicchetti (little taste of different food, similar to spanish tapas)
Good pizza, venetian cicchetti (local tapas) and simple fish and meat dishes. During Spring and Summer tables outside are available. Medium-low price range.
Best restaurant for in Venice for typical small meals. Full menu with pizza is available too. Also great wine selection!
“Really great for lunch or Dinner, sitting underneath the vines. Best dish their Tagliatellini in seppia with crayfish sauce. Super great value for money, romantic, good service. They make a really great creme caramel and Tiramisu to.”
“Sited in the heart of the sixteenth-century building of the Fontego dei Tedeschi (Warehouse of the Germans), offers modern cuisine café and restaurant dishes (also vegetarian and vegan), with really nice quality and presentation. Attractive and unforgettable space! Try their insalatina di carciofi alle erbette, or the vegetable tartare with crispy black rice. Upstairs, the shopping area, and a terrace with stunning views. Situato nel cuore dell'edificio cinquecentesco del Fontego dei Tedeschi, offre cucina moderna, caffetteria e piatti del ristorante (anche vegetariano e vegan), con una qualità e una presentazione veramente piacevoli. Uno spazio attraente e indimenticabile! Provate la loro ”
“ Al Bocon DiVino offer a wide range of traditional cicchetti in an old wood venetian bacaro!To try!”
“"Traditional and delicious Venitian bacaro few steps from home: a tiny bar with a massive reputation" One of my favorite place in Via Garibaldi (together with “Nevodi”) is El Refolo, a bacaro/bar/osteria which is well used to deal with big crowds of thirsty and hungry people. The location in my opinion is fantastic: the place inside is very small, but it has outdoor seating from where the view is amazing! It offers a selection of wine, beer, soft and long drinks and especially an inviting assortment of small and delicious panini. They’re tiny, fresh bread rolls (about 3 will fill you up) that come with courgette, aubergine or a wide variety of freshly cut meats – all perfectly paired with an Italian cheese. They cost about €2 – €2.50 each and make for a perfect afternoon snack or light lunch. It is also possible to have more complete meal. Personally I suggest to take Tagliere di salumi, Porchetta d’Ariccia and S.Daniele and burrata, with a good cool beer or an Aperol Spritz. Very reasonable prices, very very recommended place! Opening hours goes from Tuesday to Sunday from 11 am to 11.30 pm.”