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It can't get more sophisticated than the famous and renowned Canova Restaurant at The Luna Hotel Baglioni. This classic restaurant has a lot to boast about, including having the reputation of being one of the first restaurants in Venice besides having a rich and colorful history. It has sophisticated and exclusive surroundings set against the splendid San Marco lagoon. The restaurant is artistically decorated with rich upholstery, paintings, porcelain and glassware. The cuisine is great with a varied menu of local traditional Venetian, regional and international specialties.delicacies. Food can be perfectly complemented with something from their impressive wine cellar which houses international as well as classic domestic wines.
Tucked away near Piazza San Marco and located close to nearby attractions like Saint Mark's Basilica and Museo Diocesano d'Arte Sacra, Capitol is touted to be the only Chinese restaurant in the area. It is a nice spot to dine if you are tired of pastas and pizzas. Their menu includes chicken, beef, pork and vegetable dishes. However the flavor is according to European tastes, so you might find the food bland.
When touring through Venice devouring loads of pasta should be at the top of your itinerary and Alfredo's Pasta To Go presents all pasta lovers with an affordable option of enjoying this delicious Italian dish. They specialize in cooking a variety of noodles and sauces, giving hungry patrons an option to choose their pasta and sauce. Any combination you choose will not disappoint you. The pasta comes in a convenient container and you can enjoy the deliciousness sitting at the steps of a short bridge just couple of minutes away from the take-out joint.
Opened in 1993, this restaurant features traditional Venetian cuisine and is known for its rare wine selection. The Bistrot de Venise welcomes you with its elegantly rich interiors that radiate an aura of warmth. You can choose from an assortment of contemporary or traditional seafood appetizers and main courses, pastas and risotto, Venetian-style liver, grilled fish. It also hosts art exhibitions, poetry recitals and cultural evenings from time to time.
This is one of Venice's best restaurants and bars, and for good reasons. Saying that the service is excellent is an understatement and the menu features only the freshest and best quality ingredients. The space is somewhat small and cosy, and so, reservations are highly recommended. Harry's comes with a long, rich and interesting history. It is not only the birthplace of iconic cocktails like Bellini and Capriccio but it's also where legendary stars once dined and made merry, this long list includes big names Orson Welles, Charles Chaplin, Truman Capote, Peggy Guggenheim and Alfred Hitchcock, to name a few. Needless to say, Harry's Bar in San Marco makes for an interesting visit.
Il Ridotto is an Italian restaurant located in Venice. It is set apart from the hundreds of other restaurants in the city due to its care and attention to flavors and ingredients. They have a great tasting menu for lunch and dinner, but one can also order a la cart. This Michelin-star restaurant serves a range of seafood and meat dishes, with a great choice of wines that complement and balance the dishes perfectly. Their staff is considerate and accommodating, making for quite a memorable experience.