Muro Vino e Cucina
Flanking the Grand Canal, this porticoed complex was designed by Jacopo Sansovino in the mid-16th century.
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Muro Vino e Cucina information
No velvet rope here, though it’s the kind of buzzing, urban-chic place at which you’d expect to find one. The throng at Muro's sleek aluminum cicheti counter are on to something – no one wants to miss sopressa with porcini cream, or smoked goose and arugula crostini. Prices are friendly too, with wines by the glass starting at €2 and cicheti from €1.50 to €3.50.