Inishark is an Irish pub in Venice. This affable bar is also pet-friendly and a popular sports bar in town. It features a great selection of Irish ciders, beers, whiskeys as well as international drinks. Take a sip of Kilkenny Cream, Guinness, Nastro Azzurro, Spritz or Bellini and snack on yummy sandwiches or other tasty tidbits. Catch a game live on their huge screens ranging from national to international sporting events.
Bar Dandolo is the acclaimed bar of the historic Hotel Danieli. Set on the 14th-century former Palazzo Dandolo's ground floor, its Venetian glass chandeliers, marble columns, elegant fireplace, luxurious embellishments and furniture give it a majestic look. Unwind with their signature cocktails while listening to live music.
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.
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.
Overlooking the Chiesa di Santi Geremia e Lucia in Campo San Geremia, Irish Pub Santa Lucia is tucked away amidst many hotels around the square. A local favorite since 1995, it is a nice spot to have beer, catch live sporting events on their massive screens and enjoy good music. Take a sip draft brews, ciders, bottled beers, wine or cocktails and nibble on tasty sandwiches. This quaint sports bar is often visited by celebrated writers, artists and musicians.
Located on the previous site of The Fiddler's Elbow, The Irish Pub Venezia carries on the tradition of the former bar. With its wooden accents, it features two distinct rooms designed for sports watching and chilling out with friends. No matter whatever your agenda is, you will enjoy the beers served here and have a good time. Take a sip of Guinness, Hoegaarden, Kilkenny, Leffe or Skia Redentor from the brass taps and tuck in tasty snacks as accompaniments.
Is hard to get tired of the Venetian fare but still if your palate craves for change when in Venice, Devils Forest Pub has got everything covered for you. Located at Calle Stagneri, this English pub is a welcome break for those looking to gorge on meaty burgers and chilled beer. The atmosphere here is very lively; their bartenders are super friendly and hilarious, American as well as English football dominates the TV screen and playful paraphernalia ups the fun element. If you wish to catch on an important game while touring the historic city of Venice, Devils Forest Pub will not disappoint you.
Vineria all'Amarone, the charming wine bar, is a gem of San Polo. Located on Calle dei Sbianchesini, it was established in 2013 by the local entrepreneur, Alfred Depietri. The place boasts of a well-considered and prolific wine list that includes top shelf, high quality wines like Amarone della Valpolicella along with the more affordable ones. Along with these flavorsome treasures, there's a menu of delectable Venetian small plates and cheeses that go exceedingly well with the vinos on offer. Drop in for some of the best wines available in the neighborhood, coupled with delicious bites.