Venice Restaurants

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  • 1. Caffè Florian

    $$ | San Marco | Café

    Florian is not only Italy's first café (1720), but also one of its most beautiful, with glittering, neo-baroque decor and 19th-century wall...Read More

  • 2. Cantinone già Schiavi

    $ | Dorsoduro | Wine Bar

    A mainstay for anyone living or working in the area, this beautiful family-run 19th-century bacaro across from the squero (gondola repair...Read More

  • 3. Aciugheta

    $$ | Castello | Wine Bar

    Almost an institution, the "Tiny Anchovy" (as the name translates) doubles as a pizzeria-trattoria, but the real reason for coming is the bar...Read More

  • 4. Al Mercà

    $ | San Polo | Wine Bar

    It's easy to spot this tiny bacaro shoved into corner of the campo just beyond the Rialto Market: it's the one mobbed with chatty patrons—dressed...Read More

  • 5. Al Prosecco

    $$ | Santa Croce | Wine Bar

    Locals drop into this friendly bacaro to explore wines from this region and elsewhere in Italy. They accompany a carefully chosen selection...Read More

  • 6. All'Arco

    $ | San Polo | Café

    Just because it's noon and you only have enough time between sights for a sandwich doesn't mean that it can't be a satisfying, even awe-inspiring...Read More

  • 7. Bar all'Angolo

    $ | San Marco | Café

    This corner of Campo Santo Stefano is a pleasant place to sit and watch the Venetian world go by. The café staff are in constant motion, so...Read More

  • 8. Botteghe di Promessi Sposi

    $$ | Cannaregio | Italian

    Join locals at the banco (counter) premeal for an ombra (small glass of wine) and cicheti like polpette or violet eggplant rounds, or reserve...Read More

  • 9. Caffè Bar Ai Artisti

    $ | Dorsoduro | Café

    Caffè Ai Artisti gives locals, students, and travelers alike good reason to pause and refuel. The location is central, pleasant, and sunny—perfect...Read More

  • 10. Caffè Florian

    $ | San Marco | Café

    Venice's oldest café, continuously in business since 1720, has served coffee to the likes of Wagner, Casanova, Charles Dickens, and Marcel Proust...Read More

  • 11. Caffè Quadri

    $ | San Marco | Café

    In the Procuratie Vecchie, Caffè Quadri exudes almost as much history as Florian across the way, and is similarly pricey. It was shunned by...Read More

  • 12. Cantina Do Mori

    $ | San Polo | Wine Bar

    This is the original bacaro, in business continually since 1462; cramped but warm and cozy under hanging antique copper pots, it has served...Read More

  • 13. Dai Zemei

    $ | San Polo | Wine Bar

    Loads of travelers happily "discover" this relatively new arrival on the bacaro scene traversing west from the Rialto, and a fortunate find...Read More

  • 14. Dal Col

    $ | San Marco | Bakery

    This is a good spot near Piazza San Marco for coffee and pastry on the run, with bar (coffee and beverage) service at the counter. Open every day. ...Read More

  • 15. Dal Mas

    $ | Cannaregio | Bakery

    Crisp croissants, pastries such as kranz (a braided pastry filled with almond paste and raisins) and strudel from the Friuli region, and bar...Read More

  • 16. Didovich

    $ | Castello | Bakery

    At this favorite, family-run locale, you'll find all the usual amenities of a pasticceria, and also some sublime vegetable tortes. Enjoy a primo...Read More

  • 17. El Rèfolo

    $$ | Castello | Wine Bar

    At this contemporary cantina and hip hangout in a very Venetian neighborhood, the owner pairs enthusiastically chosen wines and artisanal beers...Read More

  • 18. Enoiteca Mascareta

    $ | Castello | Wine Bar

    We're just here for the wine. What it lacks in supreme cuisine, Mascareta more than makes up for with its broad and adventurous wine selection...Read More

  • 19. Enoteca al Volto

    $$ | San Marco | Italian

    A short walk from the Ponte di Rialto, this bar has been around since 1936, and the satisfying cicheti and primi have a lot to do with its staying...Read More

  • 20. Enoteca Do Colonne

    $ | Cannaregio | Wine Bar

    Venetians from this working-class neighborhood frequent this friendly bacaro, not just for a glass of very drinkable wine, but also because...Read More

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