Venice

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Osteria alle Testiere
9
$$$
Mediterranean
Sestiere di Castello
9 reviews
Nabbing one of the eight tables at this tiny, cramped restaurant near the Santa Maria Formosa church is a major coup. — Concierge
Il Ridotto
8
$$$
Mediterranean
Sestiere di Castello
8 reviews
This tiny up-market restaurant is always an experience, with engaging chef Gianni Bonaccorsi involving his customers in all his creative angst. — Time Out
Al Covo
8
$$$
Mediterranean
Sestiere di Castello
10 reviews
"Divine fish and seafood", "simply and elegantly prepared", comes "highly recommended" at this "intimate" Castello "gem" run by a Texan pastry chef. — Zagat
Osteria La Zucca
8
$$
Vegan and Vegetarian
Sestiere di San Polo & Santa Croce (Santa Crose)
8 reviews
If you're in the mood for more varied and slightly exotic dishes, prepared with a lightness of touch, this is the place to go. — Michelin Guide
Osteria Da Fiore
8
$$$
Mediterranean
Sestiere di San Polo & Santa Croce (Santa Crose)
8 reviews
An osteria in name only, this restaurant has an elegant ambience, with two romantic tables overlooking the canal. — Michelin Guide
Harry's Bar
8
$$$
Italian
Sestiere di San Marco
8 reviews
Well-heeled tourists and visiting celebrities have been coming to Harry's Bar, a Venice institution, since Giuseppe Cipriani opened it right on the St. Mark's waterfront in 1931. — Travel + Leisure
Cafe Florian
8
$$$
Italian
San Marco
5 reviews
Be-suited waiters serve cappuccino on silver trays, lovers canoodle in plush banquettes and the orchestra strikes up as the sunset illuminates San Marco’s mosaics. — Lonely Planet
Antiche Carampane
8
$$$
Mediterranean
Sestiere di San Polo & Santa Croce (Santa Crose)
7 reviews
It's worth the "trek" to San Polo to experience this little "treasure" dishing out "seriously good" Venetian cooking. — Zagat
Trattoria da Romano
8
$$
Mediterranean
Murano, Burano & the Northern Islands
7 reviews
Huge and historic Burano restaurant, whose refined fish and seafood dishes have no lack of local devotees – the fish-broth risotto is famous. — Rough Guide
Gelateria Alaska
8
$
Cafe
Santa Croce
5 reviews
Carlo Pistacchi whips up delicious gelato completely from scratch, and is endlessly experimenting with imaginative flavors. — Fodor's
Trattoria alla Madonna
8
$$
Mediterranean
Sestiere di San Polo & Santa Croce (Santa Crose)
9 reviews
In this well-known fish restaurant in the Rialto area, waiters dash around loaded with platters of traditional seafood, such as delicate granceola (spider crab) and seppie in nero. — DK Eyewitness
L'Osteria di Santa Marina
8
$$$
Mediterranean
Sestiere di Dorsoduro
6 reviews
This classy inn is managed by young professionals who serve seafood and traditional dishes, but they also offer some interesting culinary innovations. — Michelin Guide
Trattoria Da Fiore
8
$$
Mediterranean
San Marco
3 reviews
Possibly the best bang for your buck in San Marco, this elegant trattoria with its rustic-chic decor serves superlative Venetian dishes. — Lonely Planet
Ristorante Quadri
8
$$$
Mediterranean
Sestiere di San Marco
5 reviews
Now run by the Alajmo family - renowned restaurant owners from Padua - the Quadri is one of Venice's 'gastronomic monuments'. — Michelin Guide
Vini da Gigio
8
$$
Mediterranean
Sestiere di Cannaregio
6 reviews
"Charming", "cozy" family-run trattoria "a bit off the beaten path" in Cannaregio offering "superior" Venetian cuisine backed by an "intriguing" wine list. — Zagat
Taverna Al Remer
8
$$
Mediterranean
Cannaregio
4 reviews
This romantic taverna overlooks the Grand Canal from a small, charming piazza, and while the a la carte options can be pricey, the secret is to time your visit for the buffets. — Frommer's
La Palanca
8
$$
Diners
Giudecca, Lido & the Southern Islands
5 reviews
The Giudecca is a strange island, with a jolly resident community of tough old boat builders and dreadlocked types seemingly untouched by the tourism of Venice proper. — Concierge
Osteria Al Squero
7
$
Mediterranean
Dorsoduro / Accademia
3 reviews
Perhaps the most beguiling view in Venice is from this enticing osteria, right opposite the Squero di San Trovaso — Frommer's
Osteria L'Orto dei Mori
7
$$
Mediterranean
Sestiere di Cannaregio
4 reviews
Look for shrimp and ricotta parcels, or the squid with spinach tagliolini. — Travel + Leisure
Aciugheta
7
$$
Cafe
Castello
5 reviews
Don't miss the tonno con polenta (tuna with polenta) if it's offered. — Fodor's
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