On this page we have listed a selection of the best Venice restaurants. It also includes pizza parlours, trattorias, local establishments, bacari (traditional bars) and cicchetterie (tapas style bars) where you can enjoy a quick plate of pasta, a pizza as well as traditional Italian or local Venetian dishes. The culinary delights that Venice restaurants have on offer also include the possibility of a quick snack in one of the many BACARI (traditional bars) in Venice where it is possible to enjoy the classical “cicheti”, small hor d’oevres based on creamed salt cod, sardines in saor (a sweet and sour sauce), fragrant cheeses and locally produced charcuterie, fruits and vegetables in season accompanied by an “ombra di vin” (a glass of wine – so called because it was once enjoyed in the shadow or ‘ombra’ of the bell tower of St. Mark’s).
A sophisticated, elegant environment where you can discover Venice’s traditional cuisine. The restaurant “Taverna dei Dogi” next to Ca’ dei Dogi offers typical local recipes each day, prepared by master chefs and made using the highest quality ingredients. Facebook CommentsDettagli
Traditional and historical Venetian cuisine and Traditional Italian cuisine loyal to our heritage… Excellent value for money in the heart of Venice. In the heart of old Venice, just a stone’s throw from the Rialto Bridge and St. Mark’s Square… in Calle dei Stagneri nr. 5251 near Campo San Bartolomio. […]Dettagli
Just steps from St. Mark’s Square, on Palazzo Danieli Excelsior’s top floor, the newly restyled Restaurant Terrazza Danieli awakens the senses with Executive Chef Dario Parascandolo’s culinary creations. An endless variety of temptations, from classic Venetian proposals to tastings of the Mediterranean and the exotic Far East transports patrons back […]Dettagli
Maybe it’s because of the panorama from the terrace taking in Punta della Dogana, the Basilica della Salute, the island of San Giorgio and the island of Giudecca with Le Zitelle and the church of the Redentore; maybe it’s because of the spectacle of the light in every season and […]Dettagli
Restaurant La Caravella, one of the most celebrated Venice restaurant, opened in the early Sixties, when it took over from Ciro’s bar, at the time a very famous venue (it was even mentioned by Simone de Beauvoir in her books). The restaurant was well-known then, as it is today, for […]Dettagli