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Housed within the Hotel Hilton Molino Stucky, which is actually a reclaimed flour-mill building, Skyline, the rooftop bar offers some of the very best views of the Venice skyline. Serving a range of refreshing coffees, teas, hot chocolate and other specialty drinks, the bar also offers several diverse cocktails along with some scrumptious aperitifs. Sip on local classics like Bellini and Spritz, and soak in the luxurious decadence while reflecting on the glorious Venetian panoramas. Once a week, the restaurant serves a great selection of sushi, and on Saturdays the resident DJ entertains a busy Happy Hour.
This is a typical Venetian tavern is situated in the Dorsoduro district, around Galleria dell'Accademia. A lot of student patrons come here to catch a drink or a quick bite, before or after checking out the exhibitions at the gallery. Osteria da Codroma features a typical decor, with wooden tables and chairs, lots of warm, natural light and a friendly vibe. Tuesday night is jazz night featuring various live concerts. The food on offer comprises of many local delights and finger foods such as tapas, sandwiches, cicchetti, grilled vegetables, hard-boiled eggs, sardines Drop in for a glass of local wine or beer and some tasty small Venetian small plates.
Less expensive and crowded than the other restaurants around Piazza San Marco, Ai Canottieri is a good place for a glass of wine and a hearty meal. The menu emphasizes seafood, so be sure to try the Gray Shrimps With Polenta, or the Spaghetti Maritime-style. Don't forget the wine, as they have a good selection to accompany your meal. The winter special is the sea bass cooked in a bag made of pasta and bread, stuffed with black olives, bay leaves and
If you like crowds this is the bar for you. It can be found in the thriving Campo Santa Margherita, which is full of people and noise during lunch and dinnertime. In this bar you can have a drink, or have a snack to fill up for the rest of the day. It is quite cheap compared with average Venetian prices so top up that drink. It is quite big by Venetian standards and is usually filled with students and tourists. It is a nice place to come for lunch or to drink an aperitif. The service is good. As well as the snacks, which you can eat with your aperitif, such as, grilled vegetables, sandwiches, squid, octopus salad etc., you can also choose from various pizzas and spaghetti dishes. There is a good range of local wines, and beer.
The Venice Jazz Club was born in 2006 after the closing of the Around Midnight Club. The Venice Jazz Club quartet is the group that usually plays here, but sometimes other jazz musicians come here as well. The club has great wine, sometimes hosts art exhibitions and is located between Campo Santa Margherita and the Accademia Bridge.