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Venice--dining on fish on Sundays and Mondays?

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Thanks to all who responded to my questions/concerns in a previous post, about ground-floor apartments in Venice. Given what I've learned, I've put a deposit down, but if anyone else wants to share thoughts, I'd love to hear.

In any event, we're arriving on a Sunday morning in late September. My understanding is that the Rialto fish and produce market is not open on Sundays and Mondays. Somewhat disappointing, but we will probably have dinner out on those nights. I've heard that we should avoid fish and seafood in restaurants on those days, since it will not be fresh (or local). Does anyone know if this is true?

Are there any other markets open on Sundays and Mondays that you would recommend? (other than grocery stores/supermarkets)?

Thanks much.

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