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If you wish to treat yourself to a lovely brunch in a sophisticated ambiance head to Caffè Florian. Opened in 1720 this quaint cafe has a long history of entertaining arts, culture and its adherents. It is easy to find, as it is located in the middle of the piazza, underneath the Museo Correr and the Museo Archeologico. More refined than other cafes; summer sees outside tables and live music; the interior decor here is sumptuous and delicate with utmost attention paid to graceful furnishings. Even their crockery is tasteful and refined. The cafe is known for their hearty brunches, coffee and of course delicious cakes. Here, food comes on your table looking like a piece of art. Taste the best Sacher Torte in the city: a legacy of the Austrian occupation.
Every corner of Venice is beautiful and historical, and enjoying a meal while admiring the beauty of the city is an ethereal experience in itself and Terrazza Danieli, the restaurant, which belongs to Hotel Danieli, gives you the pleasure of enjoying delectable cuisine under the Venetian sky. The food served here is top notch, with varieties ranging from Mediterranean specialties to traditional Venetian fare. Their service is throughout and very friendly. But the view of Venice from their terrace is their unique offering to the patrons.
Situated at the foot of the Megio Bridge, this place has just a handful tables, but the size only adds to La Zucca's charm. Popular with locals as well as tourists, the service here deserves much praise. But considering the cramped place, opt for a reservation, since it tends to get busy. In a city that loves its seafood and fish preparations dearly, this unusual place serves a sizable vegetarian menu. The spaghetti with pumpkin, vegetables with yoghurt and pumpkin and seasoned ricotta quiche (pumpkin preparations are quite the hit here) are excellent. But carnivores need not sulk, there are enough meat and poultry dishes to go around.
Ristorante Riviera dazzles with its quaint waterside location, offering beautiful views of the city and a delectable Venetian fare. The cuisine offers traditional, authentic dishes with a few innovations that are not too over the top. The platter is well flavored and cooked using traditional culinary techniques and incorporating fresh, local produce. A well-considered list includes wines that couple well with the meals here, while the desserts give them a lovely finish. The atmosphere is calm and relaxed and the service is good as well. Check website for more details.
Nestled away in the cozy embrace of Hilton Molino Stucky Venice is Il Molino; a gem of a restaurant ideal for a lovely breakfast or brunch. The restaurant carries forward the elegance of the Hilton name with panache. As you enter inside; the warmth of the spacious dining room puts you at ease, brightly lit with lamps suspended from the ceilings the place is illuminated all around. Their breakfast spread is excellently lined with a variety of options such as fresh fruits, croissants, juices, pan cakes and a plethora of jams and marmalade for your taste. Brunch specials include Mini Frittatas, Sausage Egg Bake, Spinach Omelet Brunch Roll, Zucchini Frittata and other Italian breakfast delights.