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Eat like a local in Venice

5 places where you’ll eat like a local in Venice

Rosa Salva

Where to eat in Venice: Rosa SalvaLocated both in Campo San Giovanni e Paolo and just outside of Piazza San Marco, this bakery/bar/restaurant has been making satisfying locals since 1879. Their famous tramezzini sandwiches are know as the best in Venice. But they offer much more than just tramezzini! Their pastries are just as delicious!

Paradiso Perduto

Where to eat in Venice: Paradiso PerdutoIf you like fish, wine, live music (every monday), this famous restaurant is for you! If you don’t want to order off the menu you can go to the bar and order from their fresh assortment of cicchetti, which have many options even for vegetarians!

Vino Vero

Where to eat in Venice: Vino VeroThe ultimate aperitivo spot, were you will find an incredible selection of wine and probably some of the most original and delicious cicchetti in Venice! And as you enjoy both you can sit outside on the the tables running alongside the lagoon and take in Venice!

Spaghetteria 6342 alle Tole

Where to eat in Venice: Spaghetteria 6342 alle ToleLooking for pizza or pasta? Not only does this place have both, but they actually make their own pasta (as you will see in the window). Affordable prices, good service, and a quality representation of the Italian culinary tradition!

Bacaretto da Lele

Where to eat in Venice: Bacaretto da LeleA tradition Venetian bacaro located a few steps away from the bus station! Mini sandwiches and glasses of wine all for 1 euro a piece!

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