Venice Restaurants

Cantina Do Mori

  • San Polo 429 Map It
  • San Polo
  • Wine Bar

Published 06/07/2016

Fodor's Review

This is the original bacaro—in business continually since 1462. Cramped but warm and cozy under hanging antique copper pots, it has been catering to the workers of the Rialto Market for generations. In addition to young local whites and reds, the well-stocked cellar offers more refined labels, many available by the glass. Between sips you can choose to munch the myriad cicheti on offer, or a few well-stuffed, tiny tramezzini, appropriately called francobolli (postage stamps). Don't leave without tasting the delicious baccalà mantecato, with or without garlic and parsley. If you choose to create a light lunch, snag one of the stools at the bar that lines the wall across from the banco.

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Calle dei Do Mori, San Polo 429, Venice, Veneto, 30125, Italy

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Restaurant Details:

  • Closed Sun., 3 wks in Aug., and 1 wk in Jan.

Published 06/07/2016


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Feb 8, 2017

Feeling of old world Venice

Great fiind we stumbled upon while walking from San Marco back to the train station, just a stone's throw from the Rialto Bridge. Feels like walking into an old world pub that only Venetians know about. The walls are adorned with old copper pots collected over the years by the previous owner (so we were told by Gianni, the jovial of the 2 owners!) adding to the mystique of the place. Great wine tasting and just the right selection of bocconcini

(Venitian happy hour snacks!) to give us the energy (and sobriety) to complete our walk back and our spirits up. A must do.

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