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The Bar Longhi is among the most elegant watering holes in the romantic city of Venice. Nestled in the magnificent Gritti Palace, this intimate bar with its artisanal mirrors, Murano lamp fixtures and hand-carved kaleidoscopic counter along with paintings of its namesake famous 18th-century painter has an aura of romance and grandeur. Their seasonal terrace which is on the Grand Canal offers magnificent views that is unrivaled by any other bar. Enjoy a signature cocktail with some tasty bar-bites.
Naranzaria is situated close to the picturesque Rialto Bridge and offers a magical outdoor dining experience defined by classic Mediterranean climate, gusts of fresh breeze and views of the Grand Canal. It is housed in a building dating back to the 16th Century, and while it preserves its original architecture, newer elements such as contemporary light fixtures add a touch of modernity. Through old archways, guests get a glimpse of gondolas and water taxis sailing through the beautiful waterway. The wine list includes Eastern varieties like Tokaji Aszù di Samuel Tinon and European kinds such as Bianco di Vistorta, Merlot Vistorta and Sauvignon di Villa Ronche. This restaurant also specializes in fresh seafood with dishes like Baccalà served with tomatoes and clams, and Carpaccio di Spada. It boasts of a fine cheese list comprising of Fossa, Castelmagno, Pecorino and Gorgonzola. On Sunday nights, patrons can enjoy wine and seafood to the sound of soothing live music.
This tavern is located under the Sotoportego dell’Erbaria, one of the porches of Mercato di Rialto. It takes its name from the public merchant bank that was housed in its place. Bancogiro is a restaurant and a bacaro (local bar). They serve cicchetti; small classy snacks served in small dishes and wine served by the glass standing up at the bar. If you prefer a proper meal, you can sit inside or at the patio behind the restaurant with a view on the Grand Canal. Bancogiro serves mostly vegetables and fish either fried, grilled or stuffed. This is a perfect place to unwind after a long day in the city and soak in the atmosphere.
Ancòra is a cocktail bar located at the intersection of Campo San Giacometto and the Erbaria. It attracts a cosmopolitan crowd and is always buzzing with patrons because of its close proximity to the Grand Canal and the Rialto Market. It is a perfect place to have a nice afternoon drink with friends, over looking the beautiful streets of Venice; sip cocktails or wine along with Brittany oysters and unwind in the city. If you arrive here in the evening, you will be welcomed to live music and aromas of great Venetian fare.
This bar/café is located in Campo San Polo, quite a student area, but also filled with beautiful churches; it is ideal for having a glass of wine, breakfast, a quick coffee, an aperitif, or for eating a quick snack. The clientèle is mainly made up of tourists, although some Venetians who live nearby do come here. The atmosphere is that of a typical Venetian osteria. It is a small place, so it can be hard to find a table. There are many different snacks available here, including sandwiches (including international varieties), grilled vegetables, sardines etc.