Chiesa di San Giovanni Elemosinario
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Search out this authentic neighbourhood osteria (casual tavern) for some of the best cicheti (bar snacks) in town. Armed with ingredients from the nearby Rialto market, father-son team Francesco and Matteo serve miniature masterpieces such as cannocchia (mantis shrimp) with pumpkin and roe, and otrega (butterfish) crudo with mint-and-olive-oil marinade.
Even with copious prosecco, hardly any meal here tops €20 or falls short of five stars.