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restaurants / Pizzeria

Lonely Planet review

Pizza is not a local speciality, in case you hadn’t guessed from the cardboard pies you’ll find at most pizzerias around San Marco – but this place is the exception. This local joint brought pizza to Venice in 1960 and has been slinging generous thin-crust pies (€7 to €10) with creative toppings ever since, though the nonpizza items are better avoided. Service is not especially quick on busy days, so relax and enjoy the sun in the piazza. Note: the restaurant sometimes closes on Tuesdays in low season.