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Top bar recommendations from locals

Café
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“"The oldest and most popular coffeehouse in the world, right in Saint Mark's Square" The oldest coffeehouse in the world, the Florian was founded in Saint Mark’s square in 1720. Since its foundation, it has become a reference in Venice and in Europe, due to its innovations and its role as the Venetian meeting point for celebrities, artists, and luminaries from all over the world. Creator of the Biennale and first Cafe to have a permanent orchestra, “Caffè Florian” offers the possibility to grab a quick coffee, but it is known also for its a cocktail, breakfast or a full meal. Be aware this Caffè is very expensive, but it offers an amazing experience! Plunge into this unique atmosphere and breathe history, elegance, and beauty.”
  • 26 locals recommend
Bakery
“It's here where my family used to go to have a spritz (traditional venetian aperitif) properly made. Pastries, sweet and salty, are also worth having. The shop in Calle Fiubera have also tables to seat and the one in Campo Santi Giovanni e Paolo have also tables outside. Calle Fiubera and Mercerie are a good stop on your way to San Marco.”
  • 23 locals recommend
Wine Bar
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“"Traditional and delicious Venitian bacaro few steps from home: a tiny bar with a massive reputation" One of my favorite place in Via Garibaldi (together with “Nevodi”) is El Refolo, a bacaro/bar/osteria which is well used to deal with big crowds of thirsty and hungry people. The location in my opinion is fantastic: the place inside is very small, but it has outdoor seating from where the view is amazing! It offers a selection of wine, beer, soft and long drinks and especially an inviting assortment of small and delicious panini. They’re tiny, fresh bread rolls (about 3 will fill you up) that come with courgette, aubergine or a wide variety of freshly cut meats – all perfectly paired with an Italian cheese. They cost about €2 – €2.50 each and make for a perfect afternoon snack or light lunch. It is also possible to have more complete meal. Personally I suggest to take Tagliere di salumi, Porchetta d’Ariccia and S.Daniele and burrata, with a good cool beer or an Aperol Spritz. Very reasonable prices, very very recommended place! Opening hours goes from Tuesday to Sunday from 11 am to 11.30 pm.”
  • 16 locals recommend
Wine Shop
“It is the authentic Venetian "bacaro", overflowing with "pure wines", which dialogue with the genuine foods of the popular tradition: "cicheti", cold cuts and cheeses, hot seasonal dishes, raw: beef, oysters, sea truffles, marinated fish and smoked ...”
  • 21 locals recommend
Italian Restaurant
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“Unusual place on the North lagoon : perfect for a stop before going to islands, wonderful overview, great in good season for the terrace ”
  • 16 locals recommend
Italian Restaurant
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“Very good pizza and simple Venetian cuisine on a wonderful terrace on the water”
  • 17 locals recommend
Diner
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“Good for pizza and local food! The quiet atmosphere you can find during the summer nights is incredible!”
  • 9 locals recommend
Hotel
“EN: Good pastry and sandwich or salads, a place to sit down and rest with normal price in the middle of St. Mark area. ********************* IT: Buona pasticceria e sandwich o insalate per riposarsi seduti nella zona di S. Mraco a prezzi contenuti.”
  • 13 locals recommend
Bar
“One of my favorite places, a tiny cozy and authentic corner behind San Marco square where to enjoy a fine selection of draft beers and excellent cocktails (among them the famous "spritz") . They also serve "cicchetti", sort of appetizers ideal to better enjoy your aperitivo. The bar closes at midnight but you can stay longer with your last drink . ”
  • 10 locals recommend
Wine Bar
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“It isn't a restaurant, it isn't a bar. It's typical Venitian bar called 'baccaro' for a glass of wines and some taste of local food. Highly recconmanded!”
  • 17 locals recommend
Bar
“Il posto ideale per un ape(ritivo) e due stuzzichini quando chiude la Biennale - Very popular for apero and a quick bite after the Biennale closes”
  • 11 locals recommend
Food
“typical Venetian tavern: you can eat dishes of Venetian and Sicilian specialties. alternatively, pizza is also very good. in summer you can eat in a very welcoming garden”
  • 11 locals recommend
Bar
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“Vi aspettano deliziosi bocconcini di pesce crudo e soffici gnocchi alla polpa di granchio”
  • 7 locals recommend
Bar
“Located just off Venice's main hospital (St. John's and Paul's Hospital) and the square with the same name, it is a nice restaurant serving both pizza and typical Venetian dishes. It is managed by Venetian restaurants and fairly priced, in the summertime you can enjoy your meal outside in the restaurant's private courtyard.”
  • 8 locals recommend
Bar
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“all italian food and desserts, mention Mimi as your host to the owners they also do sport transmissions”
  • 2 locals recommend
Bar
“For sure The Piazza (Saint Mark Square) is amazing as luxury. If you sit in one of the bars faced on it, it could be very expensive.... but I'm suggesting you to drink a prosecco at the bar, standing. Locals you to do this and the price become fair. :) ”
  • 7 locals recommend