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Birraria La Corte is a popular restaurant situated in the heart of San Polo. This no-nonsense pizzeria has a beautiful extended patio where one can enjoy a scrumptious Venetian fare and watch the world pass by. The dining room and garden together seat around one hundred people, hence the place is great for larger parties and families.. The menu includes several types of pizzas as well as regional pasta, vegetable and fish dishes. The wine list contains mainly local varieties but since this place was a former brewer, beer takes pride over wine here. Quite famous among the locals, the place is seen buzzing with patrons throughout the day.
Osteria Da Fiore is set in a former tavern and is among the most popular restaurants in the city. The credit goes to Mara and Maurizio Martin who make sure their diners are delighted by the superb food created by Mara. The traditional Venetian fare is given a creative twist by the chef which includes crowd pullers like bass in balsamic vinegar, moleche (deep fried soft-shell crabs) and cuttlefish risotto. Since it is mainly seafood, their menu regularly changes as it depends upon the fresh catch. Complement your feast with Italian or French wines though they do have a good selection of cognacs and whiskey as well. Due to its compact size, reservations are highly recommended. With its elegant ambiance and soft lights, it is a wonderful place for romantic meals.
The Rialto Market is such a vast place with its tiny alleyways that it is known to get shoppers thirsty as well as hungry! If you happen to be experiencing such a situation, then just ask around for building no. 213 and make a beeline for it. Do not be surprised if you don't find chairs to sit on, because the norm at Al Marca is to grab your order and leave. Or you could also grab a drink with your sandwich, if you are not in a hurry. Try the domestic wines on offer which are sure to impress the locals around you at the counter. After their initial nod of approval, maybe you could strike up a conversation about other interesting places around.
A part of Venissa Ostello on Isola Mazzorbo, Venissa Ristorante Ostello is known for the seafood specialties it offers. The menu comprises of typical Venetian fare that includes a range of antipasti, pastas and risottos. Thanks to its use of fresh, local ingredients, the offerings here are stunning to look at and sublime to taste. The flavorsome European wines offered couple well with the gorgeous meals served at this upscale restaurant. Although the prices may seem a bit steep, Venissa Ristorante Ostello's delightful preparations, courteous service and a beautiful ambiance makes up for it.
One of the very few Japanese restaurants in Venice, Mirai is a gem of Cannaregio. Offering classic sashimi and sushi specialties, this trendy eatery is quite the local favorite. There are also some innovative fusion preparations on offer other than usual favorites like spicy tuna roll and such. The place features an airy outdoor seating area which makes for a good dining spot during friendlier weathers. There's a selection of cocktails, many with sake bases, available which couple well with the offerings at Mirai.
Locanda Cipriani is among the famous restaurants in the city, and it owes its fame to its exquisite cooking. The atmosphere is very refined, and the service unbeatable. Its terracotta bricks, Venetian bas-relief and wooden ceiling has an old worldly charm to it. You can choose to dine in the terrace during summer or at the beautiful garden for the remainder of the year. Relish the delightful local cuisine that has wowed many.