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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.
Black-Jack is a warm, welcoming and friendly bar. It's a bit tiny but the lively atmosphere, and friendly staff and co-patrons makes it worth a visit. At Black-Jack, spend your evenings tasting wines from northern Italy or refresh yourself with Spritz along with delicious local-style tapas like baccalà, sarde in saor, etc. Frequent this place several times a day, the owner will only be enthusiastic to serve you.
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!
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.
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.
L' Olandese Volante is charming for its outdoor seating in the square Campo San Lio, surrounded by old-styled Venetian houses. The interiors boast of dark wooden accents, windows made of beautiful stained glass and model ships. This bar is frequented by a vibrant crowd who come to listen to its jazz beats, socialize and sip a few glasses of local wine. Though primarily attracting students and youth, it is also visited by older citizens and tourists, who come here to unwind after a long and tiring day. The menu includes seafood dishes and pastas like Penne Arrabiata, complemented by wine such as Cabernet Franc and Pinot Grigio.