The Pescaria was built in 1907 on the site where fishmongers have been slinging lagoon crab for 600 years.
Venice's bustling Rialto Market has been whetting appetites for seven centuries. Scour the stalls of the Pescaria for glistening...
Flanking the Grand Canal, this porticoed complex was designed by Jacopo Sansovino in the mid-16th century.
Cantina Do Spade
Famously mentioned in Casanova's memoirs, cosy, brick-lined 'Two Spades' continues to keep Venice in good spirits with its bargain...
Search out this authentic neighbourhood osteria (casual tavern) for some of the best cicheti (bar snacks) in town. Armed with...
Rialto Pescheria 319 · interesting places nearby
Alongside Venice’s fish market, this designer deli serves artfully composed crudi (Venetian-style sushi), well-dressed seafood salads, legendary Saturday-only fish risotto (served at 1pm exactly) and superb shellfish stews in winter. Grab a stool and a (unfortunately) plastic glass of DOC soave with folpetti (baby octopus) salad and plump prawn crudi, or enjoy yours dockside along the Grand Canal.