At this contemporary cantina in a very Venetian neighborhood, owner Massimiliano pairs enthusiastically chosen wines and artisan beers with select meat, savory cheese, and seasonal vegetable combos. It's a hip hangout named after a play by turn-of-the-20th-century emancipated lady Amalia Rosselli—look for the framed title page inside. With outside-only seating, it's more appropriate for un aperitivo and a light meal. In temperate weather, this tiny enoteca's
exuberance effervesces out onto the city's broadest street. It's open every day but Sunday from 9:30 am to 12:30 am, with reduced hours in winter.
Via Garibaldi, Castello 1580, Venice, 30122, Italy