Chiesa di San Moisè
Icing flourishes of carved-stone ornament across the 1660s facade make this church appear positively lickable, although 19th-century...
Napoleon filled his royal digs over Piazza San Marco with the riches of the doges, and took some of Venice's finest heirlooms to France...
Like a revolver pulled from a petticoat, ultra-modern Negozio Olivetti was an outright provocation when it first appeared under the...
Pose as glitterati for the night at the gold-mosaic B-Bar, where top-shelf cocktails are thoughtfully served with bar nibbles and a...
Osteria da Carla
For the price of hot chocolate in Piazza San Marco, diners in the know duck into this hidden courtyard to feast on handmade ravioli with...
Lonely Planet review
Aspiring auteurs hold court at bistro tables well scuffed by Ernest Hemingway, Charlie Chaplin, Truman Capote and Orson Welles, enjoying the signature €16.50 bellini (Giuseppe Cipriani’s original 1948 recipe: white-peach juice and prosecco ) with a side of reflected glory. Upstairs is one of Italy’s most unaccountably expensive restaurants – stick to the bar to save financing for your breakthrough film.