Osteria al Diavolo e L’acquasanta
Chiesa di San Giovanni Elemosinario
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Caffè del Doge
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Trattoria alla Madonna
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Osteria al Diavolo e L’acquasanta information
Lonely Planet review
Mementos climb the walls, recalling a time when the Rialto regulars were slightly less grizzled and the bigoli (wheat pasta) and seppia in nero (squid in its own ink) here were at the beginnings of their fame. There’s always a wait for the cramped tables – meanwhile, blend in at the bar with an order of nervetti, or calf’s tendon.