The Pescaria was built in 1907 on the site where fishmongers have been slinging lagoon crab for 600 years.
Cutting-edge restaurants worldwide are catching on to a secret that Rialto markets have kept out in the open for 700 years: food tastes...
Chiesa di San Giovanni Elemosinario
Hunkering modestly behind skimpy T-shirt kiosks is this soaring Renaissance brick church, built by Scarpagnino after a disastrous fire...
Muro Vino e Cucina
No velvet rope here, though it’s the kind of buzzing, urban-chic place at which you’d expect to find one. The throng at Muro's sleek...
Lurking surreptitiously behind the kiosk-strewn tourist thoroughfare to the Rialto is this backstreet bacaro that dates from 1462 but...
Lonely Planet review
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.