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Food and restaurants in Lido-Pellestrina

Top restaurants

Cocktail Bar
“still a unique place, great drinks, great service, to try one in your life.”
  • 25 locals recommend
Winery
“Osteria Al squero Very characteristic Venetian cicchetteria (a drink plus a sandwich or tramezzino, or 'cicchetto'), with view on the facing squero di San Trovaso, one of the last old gondola quarries still in activity, for a low-cost but good lunch or aperitif in the Accademia area Caratteristica cicchetteria veneziana (bevanda con sandwich o tramezzino), con vista sullo squero di San Trovaso, uno degli ultimi cantieri in cui si costruiscono gondole, per un pranzo a buon mercato o un buon aperitivo nella zona Accademia - Zattere. ”
  • 21 locals recommend
Italian Restaurant
“Great food in a very friendly place with a lot of locals. It's possible to sit outside.”
  • 15 locals recommend
Seafood Restaurant
“modern take on Venetian food , intimate restaurant with tables outside in Campo San Barnaba”
  • 16 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Fine Dining Closy with a wide selection of great fish and meat dishes. Indoor and outdoor seating.”
  • 10 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Delicious tipical venetian trattoria a few mt from the loft with a small terrace facing the canal. prices medium”
  • 9 locals recommend
Restaurant
“it s very good ( and a little bit expensive ) venetian restaurant. cosy and elegant - reservation needed ”
  • 19 locals recommend
Restaurant
“A very genuine place, in one of the most authentic areas of Venice. Popular among locals for its "cicchetti" ( bread croutons with baccalà mantecato and fried meat/fish balls are special!), it's also a very nice place where to dine: they serve specially fish, but you should try also their pasta, like bigoli or tagliolini with seafood.”
  • 15 locals recommend

Cafes

Café
“Situated in the heart of Venice, on St. Mark’s Square, this is thought to be the oldest café in Europe and is also a symbol of the city of Venice. Here, you’ll find an enchanting atmosphere, with lights, mirrors, precious woods and decor making each of the stunning rooms feel like a sort of museum, where history lives on. ”
  • 25 locals recommend
Café
“This is My favourite place for a drink or a snack . The architecture is gorgeous and it's a very informal place. It's lovely to sit outside.”
  • 13 locals recommend
Restaurant
“ You can stop for lunch or dinner or just to drink an aperitif ... what will take your breath away is the terrace on the Grand Canal in front of the Basiica della Salute and the prices that contrary to what you imagine are absolutely not expensive. Highly recommended! ”
  • 6 locals recommend
Bakery
“At first sight, “Nono Colussi” (literally Grandfather Colussi) shop seems like an ordinary bakery. In this historical place, biscuits and cakes are freshly baked daily since 1956. The reason to look for this spot is the typical Venetian “focaccia”. A soft and fluffy cake made with yeast base. Nono Colussi’s way to bake this sponge focaccia is the most famous in town and it’s worth the walk and the price (€ 17 for the small one) for tasting it. When I was a child, my aunt usually bought this delicious sweet focaccia for me and my sister. We used to enjoyed it, slice by slice in less than one day. While you are waiting for the package of your focaccia, you can try another amazing pastry baked by Nono Colussi. I really suggest the krapfen stuffed with cream: a real stairway to Heaven. Dorsoduro 2867a, calle lunga San Barnaba, Venice, Italy ”
  • 7 locals recommend
Café
“Choose local to eat a quick snack, or have a good breakfast, a drink or just get ice cream.”
  • 6 locals recommend
Café
“Bahiano Bar. best place to take a spritz at lunch time and to pass a enjoyable night”
  • 4 locals recommend
Ice Cream Shop
Café
  • 2 locals recommend

Bakeries

Bakery
“At first sight, “Nono Colussi” (literally Grandfather Colussi) shop seems like an ordinary bakery. In this historical place, biscuits and cakes are freshly baked daily since 1956. The reason to look for this spot is the typical Venetian “focaccia”. A soft and fluffy cake made with yeast base. Nono Colussi’s way to bake this sponge focaccia is the most famous in town and it’s worth the walk and the price (€ 17 for the small one) for tasting it. When I was a child, my aunt usually bought this delicious sweet focaccia for me and my sister. We used to enjoyed it, slice by slice in less than one day. While you are waiting for the package of your focaccia, you can try another amazing pastry baked by Nono Colussi. I really suggest the krapfen stuffed with cream: a real stairway to Heaven. Dorsoduro 2867a, calle lunga San Barnaba, Venice, Italy ”
  • 7 locals recommend
Café
“Choose local to eat a quick snack, or have a good breakfast, a drink or just get ice cream.”
  • 6 locals recommend
Bakery
“Local wines, fresh pasta, coffee, sweets and more to buy at this popular store in Lido.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Bakery
  • 3 locals recommend
Bakery
“Ottima piccola pasticceria dove poter fermarsi anche solo per un caffè, e nell'occasione acquistare qualsiasi tipo di dolce.”
  • 2 locals recommend