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.
Birraria La Corte is a popular restaurant situated in the heart of San Polo. This no-nonsense pizzeria has a beautiful extended patio where one can enjoy a scrumptious Venetian fare and watch the world pass by. The dining room and garden together seat around one hundred people, hence the place is great for larger parties and families.. The menu includes several types of pizzas as well as regional pasta, vegetable and fish dishes. The wine list contains mainly local varieties but since this place was a former brewer, beer takes pride over wine here. Quite famous among the locals, the place is seen buzzing with patrons throughout the day.
Orange is aptly named as it is fully done up in its namesake color and its decor is accented by dark wooden flooring and spot lights. Nestled in the southern end of Campo Santa Margherita, one of the liveliest squares in town, this restaurant and lounge is frequented by hipsters, working professionals and tourists alike. It is a great spot to socialize whether it is in its trendy indoors, charming terrace, balcony or naturalistic internal garden. Take a sip of one or more of the delicious cocktails, international wines or French champagnes and relish gourmet Italian snacks. Catch the latest football game on their giant screens or loose yourself in the soothing background melodies.
Formerly a factory, Centro Sociale Rivolta turned into a very basic club. Colorful murals now cover all the walls. On weekends, Centro Sociale Rivolta hosts live gigs or DJs from different countries who play music ranging from house to techno or electronic jazz. It is one of the most popular venues in northeastern Italy: on weekend nights, usually more than 2500 young people gather in the main hall for the concerts. There are also smaller halls where guest musicians and new talents play more experimental music.
Naranzaria is situated close to the picturesque Rialto Bridge and offers a magical outdoor dining experience defined by classic Mediterranean climate, gusts of fresh breeze and views of the Grand Canal. It is housed in a building dating back to the 16th Century, and while it preserves its original architecture, newer elements such as contemporary light fixtures add a touch of modernity. Through old archways, guests get a glimpse of gondolas and water taxis sailing through the beautiful waterway. The wine list includes Eastern varieties like Tokaji Aszù di Samuel Tinon and European kinds such as Bianco di Vistorta, Merlot Vistorta and Sauvignon di Villa Ronche. This restaurant also specializes in fresh seafood with dishes like Baccalà served with tomatoes and clams, and Carpaccio di Spada. It boasts of a fine cheese list comprising of Fossa, Castelmagno, Pecorino and Gorgonzola. On Sunday nights, patrons can enjoy wine and seafood to the sound of soothing live music.