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Bar Torino is a great place if you just want to have a good time with friends and sip on your drinks while the music plays to your mood. The atmosphere is subdued, the ambiance and decor are tastefully artistic and these make Torino a fun place to hangout. On Wednesday's there is a live jam session that goes through the night and so does the rounds of cocktails. So when in doubt about where to head, head to Torino and have a blast!
This small albeit elegant tavern is actually wine bar, located on Campo San Marco, a stone's throw away from Caffe Martini. It serves a brilliant local cuisine, mostly comprised of seafood and fish preparations like sarde in saor and baccala’ alla vicentina, along with some meat dishes like fegato alla veneziana served with polenta. The cozy dining area makes for a splendid intimate evening, with a courteous attentive service at your beck and call and a delicious Venetian fare to dine on. But what takes the cake is long, long wine list - with over 200 vinos on offer! The aptly named, Vino Vino is your go-to if wine and seafood is your thing; take someone you want to impress and hard cash - they don't accept cards.
Antico Caffé Martini is a dining destination like no other, near Piazza San Marco, a few steps away from Teatro la Fenice. A lot of its costumers here are the theater's patrons who've come to catch a bite and a drink, before or after the show. Romantic duets entertain diners as they eat, the lovely outdoor patio makes for a romantic date spot. The service is excellent and the cuisine is typically Venetian with a nod towards traditional fish and seafood preparations. A wide selection of local and non-local wine is on offer as well, these couple well with the delightful offerings at Antico Caffé Martini. With a history that begins in the 1720s, Martini's has a lot to offer, whether you're a lover of arts, history, music, food and wine.
Tucked away amid the old Cinema Rossini and Rialto Bridge in a by-lane is a charming wine bar. Opened in 1936, Enoteca Al Volto is a shrine for wine lovers and connoisseurs. Touted to be the oldest of its kind in Venice, the over 1000 rotating Italian and foreign wines are not the only thing that will bedazzle you. The vintage wooden accents and its impressive old wine labeled ceiling will definitely spellbind you. You will find classic reds, fruity whites and fizzy ones that are of excellent quality. If you get flummoxed, their expert staff will guide you to the right vino. Savor some tasty Venetian food with your drink to complete your wining and dining experience. They accept payment only by cash
Visit Enoteca Mascareta after a hectic day at work and refresh yourself with some Sassicia and Montervetrano. The bar offers hundreds of different kinds of wine by the glass as well as an array of Italian cheeses to go with it. The friendly bartenders guide you through the extensive wine list and help you find the one that best suits your mood and personality. There is also an eclectic range of delicious soups on offer. So leave all your worries outside and enter Enoteca for a good wine-and-cheese deal with a close bunch of friends.
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.