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This welcoming restaurant serves traditional Venetian cuisine as well as special dishes based on historic recipes.
This relaxed spot offers indoor and outdoor seating, young English-speaking waiters, and a varied, eclectic menu. Full review →
To treat yourself to some of Venice’s best fine dining, come to Bistrot de Venise, where you’ll be waited on hand and foot as you feast on dishes like homemade tagliolini with lagoon scallops. Full review →
Indulge in some culinary time travel at this fine dining bistro where owner Sergio Frangiacomo has revived the recipes of Renaissance chef Bartolomeo Scappi. Full review →
Diners will enjoy the lengthy wine list (available by the glass) and "historical" cuisine at this restaurant in a location known for its atmosphere. Full review →
This place is done up as a facsimile of a wood-panelled French bistrot, but the menu is based on old-style Venetian recipes, both for full meals and cicheti.
Paesanos with a hankering for "old, historic recipes" "cooked skillfully" frequent this Venetian "close to San Marco" where they can also sample vino from a large list. Full review →