Al Nono Risorto
Ponte delle Tette
‘Tits Bridge’ got its name in the late 15th century, when neighbourhood prostitutes were encouraged to display their wares in windows...
Chiesa di Santa Maria Mater Domini
This church was rebuilt c 1524 on the site of a 10th-century church. Sansovino and Scarpagnino are alternately given credit for the...
This stately Grand Canal palace has been commandeered by Fondazione Prada, but you won't necessarily find handbags here. Instead Ca'...
Leave it to Venice to give the usual sports bar crossover appeal. The sleek bar makes this the watering hole of choice for Università di...
Order handmade langoustine tortelloni like Italian Slow Foodies, or choose today’s special with confidence – all seafood and produce...
Lonely Planet review
Manifesto or menu? At Al Nono Risorto, pizzas are listed alongside urgent action alerts: ‘No abandoning animals!’, ‘More rights for gays and domestic partners!’ Prices are left of centre, radical-chic servers graciously indulge petty-bourgeois pizza orders, and on sunny days, all of Venice converges on the garden for frittura mista (seafood fry), the bargain house prosecco, and cross-partisan bonding.