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Bacaro Jazz is just a few minutes away from the Rialto Bridge and is one of the best cocktail bars in the city. Its quirky decor complements its vivacious ambiance, making it an ideal ground to meet and make new friends. With its background jazz tunes, you can read the testimonials of clients on its walls and also admire some artworks. Enjoy their famed happy hours with delightful concoctions. Nosh on Venetian grub that veers more to seafood although everything is tasty. Catch the latest football matches on their two giant screens. You can be assured of a memorable experience at this lovely bar.
A part of the Hotel Metropole, Restaurant Met lies on Riva degli Schiavoni. The upscale establishment features a splendid dining area that's bedecked in different shades of beige and soothing earthy hues. Met will have you enthralled from the minute you step in, with its luxurious interiors, elegant, plush furniture and beautiful paintings adorning its walls. The menu here promises a classic Venetian dishes with an innovative, contemporary flair. Everything that is served here is a work of art - in it's sublime flavors as well as presentation. A visit here will ensure only praises for Restaurant Met; stop by for its gorgeous contemporary cuisine.
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.
Rosa Salva is an ancient Venetian café where you can be seated on marble tables and relish classic Venetian coffee and desserts. It is a café and a pastry shop giving you two reasons to come and pay a visit. Locals consider Rosa as one of the best pâtisseries in town, probably because they sell pastries and biscuits, all home-made with care. Repeat customers usually indulge in Venetian biscuits such as baicoli cookies and zaletti biscuits, prepared with corn flour and raisins and served with a mug of hot chocolate. You can also choose among the varieties of their tramezzino (triangular sandwich) and panini for a quick breakfast. Do not miss their famous cappuccino, full of delicious flavors and aromas.
Muro Venezia Rialto is one of the vibrant bars and restaurants in town. Set in the heart of a market, it is the meeting point of Venetians, tourists, market workers, youngsters, working professionals and older people. This amalgamation is perhaps its charm and keeps it constantly busy. Its sleek interiors are a perfect setting to sip on wine and delicious cocktails. Complement it with local dishes that are freshly prepared and delicious such as octopus, cooked salami and meatballs. Else, opt to be seated in their patio in the square, overlooking the river and watch the gondolas passing by.
Located just a couple of minutes away from the famous Rialto bridge under an alley is a hidden gem called All'Arco. A place to devour authentic Italian dishes and smooth wines. The bar is always bustling with locals and very few tourists, who are shown the way to this place by learned locals. Since the Rialto market is close by, fresh sea food specials always make their way on the menu here. Their cicheti, plates of langoustines, fried calamari, sardines and prawns are must try with some bread on the side. Their wine selection is quite impressive and this happens to be one of those few places in Venice where you can enjoy cheap but good wines. This is an ideal spot for a pre-dinner drink, if you are looking for one.