Pasticceria Da Bonifacio
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Pasticceria Da Bonifacio information
Pastry awards line the wall in this tiny bakery where gondoliers and Venetian housewives flock to devour the buttery, just-baked sweetness of almond croissants and take-home boxes of Venetian specialities such as zaletti (cornmeal biscuits with sultanas). As afternoon wanes, the bakery turns into a makeshift bar as locals pop in for the signature spritz and mammalucchi (deep-fried batter balls with candied fruit).