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Essen und Restaurants in Metropolitan City of Venice

Erstklassige Restaurants

Italienisches Restaurant
“Crossing the bridge of the Malvasia, you find yourself on the Fondamenta degli Ormesini: this long street beside the canal ["fondamenta"] has become a hot spot of Venetian night life in recent years. Here you will find a whole series of ethnic restaurants and, with its Venetian cuisine and live music, "Paradiso Perduto" is one of the most popular meeting places in the entire city.”
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Weinbar
“this restaurant is famous for two things: aperitifs and meat! if you would like eating good meat with vegetables and a good wine, this is one of the best places in Venice! located in Fondamenta degli Ormesini: a very lively and busy place in the evening. I recommend to book”
  • Von 79 Einheimischen empfohlen
Schuhgeschäft
“Find your favourite designer brands up to 70% less, all year round. Our beautiful setting with mosaics and frescoes - inspired by Venetian and Treviso palazzos - cafes and restaurants, our children’s play area, free parking and with more than 150 boutiques, we have something for everyone. From iconic fashion brands like Prada, Gucci, Armani, Fendi, Polo Ralph Lauren, Jil Sander, Roberto Cavalli and Paul Smith to sporting labels, like Nike and The North Face, and high-street favourites, like Guess and Desigual.”
  • Von 31 Einheimischen empfohlen
Museum
“Typical venetian restaurant with cicheti and the best meat balls in town, prices on average. ”
  • Von 68 Einheimischen empfohlen
Italienisches Restaurant
“Vegetarian dishes, typical cuisine and good wine. Oh, nice canal view from the main room!”
  • Von 67 Einheimischen empfohlen
Konditorei
“Historical family run patisserie with amazing pastries and coffee at a budget price.”
  • Von 61 Einheimischen empfohlen
Cocktail-Bar
“Beautifully tucked away near Rialto where you can sit on a jetty and enjoy a drink as you watch the world go by on the Grand Canal. ”
  • Von 37 Einheimischen empfohlen
Trattoria / Osteria
“The best "cicchetti" in Venice ! (Cicchetti are little taste of food, similar to spanish tapas) Go and taste a selection of them!”
  • Von 44 Einheimischen empfohlen

Cafés

Café
“"The oldest and most popular coffeehouse in the world, right in Saint Mark's Square" The oldest coffeehouse in the world, the Florian was founded in Saint Mark’s square in 1720. Since its foundation, it has become a reference in Venice and in Europe, due to its innovations and its role as the Venetian meeting point for celebrities, artists, and luminaries from all over the world. Creator of the Biennale and first Cafe to have a permanent orchestra, “Caffè Florian” offers the possibility to grab a quick coffee, but it is known also for its a cocktail, breakfast or a full meal. Be aware this Caffè is very expensive, but it offers an amazing experience! Plunge into this unique atmosphere and breathe history, elegance, and beauty.”
  • Von 26 Einheimischen empfohlen
Italienisches Restaurant
“Very famous typical Venetian restaurant. Be aware that it's small and mostly busy.”
  • Von 25 Einheimischen empfohlen
Café
“Great coffee, capuccino and other specialties based on coffee. Only standing. Perfect stop on your way to the Ghetto or Madonna dell'Orto Church. ”
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Café
“Here you can drink traditional Italian Coffee in a lot of different and original ways”
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Café
“There are a lot of caffè where people meet and stay all night from 6 pm drinking wine or "Spritz". Ci sono molti bar e caffè che dalle 18 in poi si animano di ragazzi che chiacchierano bevendo Spritz”
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Café
“This is My favourite place for a drink or a snack . The architecture is gorgeous and it's a very informal place. It's lovely to sit outside.”
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Café
“Locale in centro, di classe, curato in ogni dettaglio. Serate con DJs e musica dal vivo.”
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Restaurant
“ You can stop for lunch or dinner or just to drink an aperitif ... what will take your breath away is the terrace on the Grand Canal in front of the Basiica della Salute and the prices that contrary to what you imagine are absolutely not expensive. Highly recommended! ”
  • Von 6 Einheimischen empfohlen

Bäckereien

Bäckerei
“It's here where my family used to go to have a spritz (traditional venetian aperitif) properly made. Pastries, sweet and salty, are also worth having. The shop in Calle Fiubera have also tables to seat and the one in Campo Santi Giovanni e Paolo have also tables outside. Calle Fiubera and Mercerie are a good stop on your way to San Marco.”
  • Von 23 Einheimischen empfohlen
Bäckerei
“Rizzardini Local cafe and pastries shop open in 1742, keeper of the secrets of Venetian cakes. Perfect for breakfast, no sitting. ”
  • Von 13 Einheimischen empfohlen
Bäckerei
“If you want to try GOOD pastry you should go to DIDOVICH, my favorite bakery in Venice. It's located in Campo Santa Marina, not far from San Marco. They also do very tasty "pizzette" that is tiny pizzas made with savory puff pastry. If you are lucky enough to hang around here during Carnival then you MUST stop here and try the "frittelle", typical fried pastry that we only eat during this special time of the year (I love the plain one, but most of all the custard one is exceptional).”
  • Von 7 Einheimischen empfohlen
Café
“Pastry shop: great home-made cakes, pastries, croissants and excellent expresso!”
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Café
“Choose local to eat a quick snack, or have a good breakfast, a drink or just get ice cream.”
  • Von 6 Einheimischen empfohlen
Meal Takeaway
“very popular sushi restaurant. Elegant and evocative setting a few steps from Piazza San Marco”
  • Von 3 Einheimischen empfohlen
Eisladen
“Gelato artigianale di Marghera, da provare almeno una volta se siete qui. Chiuso il Lunedì. Home made Italian Ice cream, should try once if you are here. Closed on Monday.”
  • Von 6 Einheimischen empfohlen
Bäckerei
“At first sight, “Nono Colussi” (literally Grandfather Colussi) shop seems like an ordinary bakery. In this historical place, biscuits and cakes are freshly baked daily since 1956. The reason to look for this spot is the typical Venetian “focaccia”. A soft and fluffy cake made with yeast base. Nono Colussi’s way to bake this sponge focaccia is the most famous in town and it’s worth the walk and the price (€ 17 for the small one) for tasting it. When I was a child, my aunt usually bought this delicious sweet focaccia for me and my sister. We used to enjoyed it, slice by slice in less than one day. While you are waiting for the package of your focaccia, you can try another amazing pastry baked by Nono Colussi. I really suggest the krapfen stuffed with cream: a real stairway to Heaven. Dorsoduro 2867a, calle lunga San Barnaba, Venice, Italy ”
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