Romantic Venice Resturants with View

Old Feb 27th, 2014, 08:38 AM
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Romantic Venice Resturants with View

Just wondering if any of you know or would like suggest a romantic Restaurants in Venice with a view. (open to any kind of cuisine)
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Old Feb 28th, 2014, 06:41 AM
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Well it depends on your budget. The Molino Stuky hotel has some beautiful restaurants but they are expensive. There is also toproof bar, very suggestive, beautiful view http://www.molinostuckyhilton.com/restaurants.php

The restaurant on the terrace of the Danieli Palace (in Riva degli Schiavoni, near Piazza San Marco) is amazing http://www.terrazzadanieli.com
Try also http://www.casagredohotel.com/restaurant-and-bar
I think traditional restaurants could be very romantic. If you think so in my blog www.mariangelagallo.it you can find other advice, I hope it helps, buon viaggio
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Old Feb 28th, 2014, 08:34 AM
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This is super beautiful! WOW but your right very expensive. Is there something about the 15-20Euro per plate budget?

lol I know that would be tough to find.

-Vish
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I was going to suggest a few hotel restaurants as well, such as the Monaco or Gritti.

For a budget option, with a million dollar view, you could try Ae Oche along the Zattere in Dorsoduro. They have a large terrace that looks right across the Giudecca canal. They have good pizza, pasta, salads. They share the same view as the very expensive Ristorante Riviera.
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Lots of restaurants along Fondamente Nova and the Zattere with a view.

There is also Paradiso across from Biennale Vaporetto stop near the Public Gardens.

Lots of restaurants along the canal near Tre Archi in Cannaregio.

A few restaurants in the campo next to Giovanni e Paolo.

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Banco Giro near Rialto. Outdoor seating in the Campo dell'Erbaria on the Grand Canal.

http://www.osteriabancogiro.it/
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We had a nice meal, albeit 5 years ago, at Ristorante Cantinone Storico. We sat on the terrace overlooking the canal. The food was good (nothing overly memorable), but the location was wonderful.

http://www.cantinonestorico.it/index.htm

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Wow everyone is so helpful.

-Vish
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The following restaurants have no view but delicious, traditional food and very reasonable prices. It is very hard to find a nice restaurant with view, good food and also cheap!
Trattoria da Fiore: In Calle delle Botteghe, near Campo Santo Stefano. It is a family run bacaro and restaurant serving local recipes. The restaurant is very nice and their products very fresh, but I like to come here to enjoy an ombra with some cicchetti. Their sarde in saor with white polenta are excellent. Try also their baccalà mantecato served on bread and the moeche (on the menu just for few weeks in spring and early winter).

Osteria Alla Vedova: It is a bacaro and also a restaurant, run by the same family for over a century. I booked a table here just a couple of times and it was good, especially the spaghetti alle vongole and the schie con la polenta (small boiled shrimps with garlic oil served with white polenta), but I usually come here for their polpette (meatballs), probably the best in Venice. It’s in Ramo Ca’ Doro, a side calle of Strada Nuova.

Osteria Al Portego: in Corte Specchiera, out of Calle della Malvasia. I love their baccalà alla vicentina and their seppie col nero. There are just few tables to have dinner, so best to book ahead. The menu is written (in Italian) on a blackboard everyday (if you need a translation, the staff will help). I prefer stand around the counter and outside. Cheap, tasty, traditional venecian food Cash only.

Cantina Do Spade: after Sottoportego De Le Do Spade, a side calle of Calle de l’Anzolo, not far from Rialto Bridge (a little hard to find). It is 600 years old bacaro and restaurant, one of the oldest in Venice. Very nice atmosphere, and tasty, traditional, fresh food. You can try the fegato alla veneziana (Venician style liver with sweet onion and polenta). I don’t like liver, so I don’t eat this recipe, but my friends say that their fegato is really good. Also their spaghetti al nero and the seafood pasta are very nice. They are famous for their cicchetti which are varied and delicious, especially the seafood cicchetti. Reasonable prices.

Vineria All’Amarone: situated in a very narrow calle in Campo San Silvestro, near Campo San Polo. They offer a fine selection of local wines, a good selection of cicchetti and a sophisticated selection of cold cuts and cheeses. If you have never enjoyed a dinner consisting only of wine and cheese this is the right place to try. Very good wines, lots of delicious cheeses, and many other traditional dishes to try. Great value for money,beautifully cooked food, very friendly and helpful staff, warmly environment, it is definitely one to visit.

I posted a map here http://mariangelagallo.it/blog/eating/where/

Bye!

ps: I know Venice veeery well so if you need other advice write me!
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