Adagio Caffè & Bar 🍴☕️
I fell in love with this adorable little coffee bar in the cutest neighbourhood (away from the super super busy tourist tracks). The two women greeted us welcome each and every day with big smiles and served up a good cappuccino, very affordable spritz (3€) and little cicchettis (also very budget friendly) for lunch. Calle del Scaleter, 3028, Venice.
This is one of my favourite wine bars in Venice. They have good wine, but more importantly, they make delicious sandwiches. Now, I know that doesn’t sound like much, but you can’t say anything until you’ve tried them. They change condiments each day and you can choose (or let them choose) what to put between those yummy focaccia-bread slices. You can also order a cheese and ham platter which I probably could eat every single evening if I could. Campo San Stin, 2537, Venice.
Cà D’Oro alla Vedova🍴
As many other places in Venice, I discovered them thanks to my boyfriend who’s been many times before. This restaurant I haven’t actually sat down to eat at but every time we’re in the city we walk by, either on our way to a wine bar, or on our way back from one, to get a little meatball for the walk. I know, this sounds weird but they’re so yummy and makes for a perfect little travel snack. Next time I have to properly come to have a sit-down dinner at this place! Ramo Ca' d'Oro, 3912, Venice.
Another favourite wine bar of mine is called Vino Vero and you’ll find plenty of other little gems around this neighbourhood too. This is also a little bit away from the bigger tourist crowds and I love strolling around here in the evenings. Vino Vero has plenty of delicious wine options and they also offers natural wines on their menu. Along with that you can also snack on their cicchetti, which I think are some of the best in the city. There is not much room here so you’ll have to be prepared to stand up among other happy people or drink and eat outside. Fondamenta Misericordia, 2497, Venice.
6342 a le Tole🍴
This is most definitely not the best restaurant you’ll ever visit (in my opinion) but they do satisfy that pasta craving that I get after only having cicchetti for days. Their spaghetti al pomodoro is my go to. Sestiere Castello, 6342, Venice.