Cantina Do Spade
The Pescaria was built in 1907 on the site where fishmongers have been slinging lagoon crab for 600 years.
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Cantina Do Spade information
Famously mentioned in Casanova's memoirs, cosy, brick-lined 'Two Spades' continues to keep Venice in good spirits with its bargain Tri-Veneto wines and young, laid-back management. Come early for market-fresh fritture (batter-fried seafood) or linger longer with satisfying, sit-down dishes like bigoli in salsa (pasta in anchovy and onion sauce).