The only real downside to this restaurant is that the shutters come down at 3pm sharp.
Simple, friendly restaurant between Campo Santa Margarita and the Frari, much frequented by locals.
The list of pizzas is almost endless and there are some very interesting combinations on offer.
A must on every visit to Venice, if the weather’s fine you’ll spot this restaurant easily.
A family restaurant for around 100 years, Altanella is best visited when you can eat on the tiny terrace over the canal.
This tiny restaurant behind the Hotel Danieli serves a mean fritto misto and the best Italian potato salad in town.
Peggy Guggenheim and assorted artists came here in the 50s and 60s.
Quiet jazz plays in this small restaurant in the quiet backstreets of chic Dorsoduro.
Seafood antipasti is the thing here – it comes in something like five waves of different dishes.
Wander inside to see the 18th Century paintings – the café was founded in 1720.