Chiesa di San Giovanni in Bragora
This serene, 15th-century brick church harmonises Gothic and Renaissance styles with remarkable ease, setting the tone for a young...
Sotoportego dei Preti
Under the arch of the covered passageway Sotoportego dei Preti is hidden a reddish, heart-shaped stone about the size of a hand. Local...
Riva degli Schiavoni
Stretching west from San Marco, this paved boardwalk is one of the world’s great promenades. Schiavoni (literally, ‘Slavs’) refers to...
Tiny CoVino has only 14 covers but demonstrates bags of ambition in its inventive, seasonal menu inspired by the Venetian terroir....
Campiello della Pescaria 3968 · interesting places nearby
Al Covo information
For years Diane Rankin and Cesare Benelli have dedicated themselves to the preservation of heritage products and lagoon recipes, which has placed them firmly on the gourmet map. Only the freshest seasonal fish gets the Covo treatment, accompanied by artichokes, aubergines, cipollini onions and mushrooms from the lagoon larders of Sant’Erasmus, Vignole, Treporti and Cavallino. Meat, too, is carefully sourced and much of it is Slow Food accredited, too.
Prices are offset by reasonably priced, limited-production wine.