Chiesa di Santa Maria Mater Domini
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Al Nono Risorto
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Vecio Fritolin information
Traditionally, a fritolin was an eatery where diners sat at a communal table and tucked into fried fish. This is the modern equivalent, albeit smarter and more sophisticated. The menu includes meat and vegetable dishes, but the star act is the top-quality seafood, sourced daily from the nearby Rialto market.
For quayside picnics, call ahead for €12 frittura takeaway.