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Linea d'Ombra is the most popular piano bar in the city. The clientele here are chic with an eclectic mix of tourists as well as locals. During the day, the restaurant is perfect for a quiet coffee or a glass of wine. But if you arrive in the evening make sure to keep some time on hand as the restaurant has good live music, especially funk and jazz. The menu includes traditional dishes such as fish, pasta, vegetables, Venetian style liver and seafood accompanied by excellent wines. An evening at Linea d'Ombra under the quiet and serene Venice sky is like a poetry in motion, try it for yourself!
Caffe del Doge has been around since the 1950s and has delighted dreamy-eyed tourists as well as local alike. Almost a historic name, the coffee shop serves rich, creamy and luscious coffee starting 7:00a. At Caffe del Doge; anytime is a great time for a cup of coffee. The quaint cafe is dimly lit with lamps suspended from the ceiling, the decor is modern but subtly reminiscent of the times gone by. The paraphernalia around gives patrons the feeling that coffee is respected like a tradition here. Do not over look the delicious assortment of pastries, sandwiches and breads while you are here. Their staff is very friendly and greet and bid you with a smile. Great coffee and little touches such as these makes this place worthy of coming back.
Osteria Boccadoro is located on Campo Widman in the Cannaregio district. Offering a range of authentic seafood specialties that are Venetian in essence, the charming eatery features a lovely outdoor patio that makes for a great dining spot during balmy evenings. The kitchen at Boccadoro is headed by Chef Luciano Orlandi who cooks up a storm of innovative flavors with a staunch Venetian heart. Conveniently close to many tourist attractions in the city, the restaurant serves highly recommended dishes like black tagliolini with scallops and artichokes along with a selection of over 150 European wines.
Located in Rialto Market, this restaurant tips its hat to its historic periphery, with it's stucco walls, mosaic-tiled floors, comfortable furniture, and a nice, homey vibe. Offering a range of local dishes, with a slight nod towards seafood and fish preparations like grilled or fried fish (these are fresh catches of the day), squid in black ink sauce, spaghetti alle vongole and many such. The place features a lovely outdoor arrangement where you can eat during pleasant weathers. A selection of wines is offered, that makes for a great accompaniment with the meals. The service is quick and friendly; all in all, Vini da Pinto makes for a pleasant place to dine.
Trattoria Antiche Carapane invites you to a treat of "distinguished Venetian cuisine" in a small and snug setting. Located in the heart of Venice, this place is frequented by politicians and movie stars who need a break from their hectic schedules. Their menu comprises an eclectic range of Venetian preparations and delectable seafood. Try Cassopipa: spaghetti with a spicy shellfish sauce and order for wine to go along with it. Alfresco dining at their lovely outdoor terrace adds another dimension especially during the nights.
Overlooking the glorious Grand Canal, Restaurant L'Alcova offers a gorgeous dining destination that comes second to none. Featuring an elegant indoor dining area as well as a beautiful outdoor arrangement, the upscale restaurant is a part of Hotel Ca'Sagredo. Everything about this place is pretty and romantic, albeit a little whimsical. Under the leadership of Chef Michele Potenza, the kitchens here serve delicious, elegant offerings, mainly Venetian seafood specialities. The service is attentive, the food incredibly delectable and the setting is one of the best in the city; all in all a must visit.