Since 1888, Orsoni have been producing smalti (coloured opaque glass tiles) and gold leaf mosaic to adorn some of the world’s most...
The second synagogue raised by Portuguese and Spanish refugees in 1583, the Schola Spagnola (Spanish Synagogue) shows just how Venetian...
Refugees from Portugal and Spain raised two synagogues considered among the most elegant in northern Italy, with renovated 17th-century...
Basking in a sun spot overlooking the busy Canale di Cannaregio is chic '10 metres squared'. In the modern, monochrome interior, barman...
Panificio Volpe Giovanni
Aside from unleavened pumpkin and radicchio bread, you can try unusual treats such as crumbly almond impade (sweet pastry sticks...
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Al Parlamento information
Entire university careers and international romances are owed to Al Parlamento's powerful espresso, 6pm-to-9pm happy-hour cocktails and excellent overstuffed tramezzini (triangular, stacked sandwiches). When they warn you the ham, chicory and pepper-spread tramezzino is picante (spicy), you'd best pre-order that mojito. Thursday brings live music at 9pm, and weekends you'll be talking over DJ sets unless you claim canalside seating early.