Restaurant "Hostaria da Franz" takes its name from Franz Habeler, a young Austro-Hungarian army soldier who adopted Venice as his home, served fish and wine he bought from local farmers and fishermen.
Situated on the sunniest corner of Saint Mark's Square at the foot of the Clock Tower, in front of the Basilica, the Caffé Lavena has been one of Venice's most renowned coffee boutiques since 1750.
By Trattoria dalla Zanze you can taste a fine Venetian fish cuisine particularly distinctive are grilled shellfish
It is a typical Venetian trattoria, family management, local cuisine of meat and fish, they have also seats on the pier alongside a small canal (Rio delle Burchielle)
The Osteria do Farai is amongst the oldest Venetian osterie, it’ an old style place, the ambience is peasant, the atmosphere warm, cosy and familiar.
- 1 of 2