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...
Cutting-edge restaurants worldwide are catching on to a secret that Rialto markets have kept out in the open for 700 years: food tastes...
The Pescaria was built in 1907 on the site where fishmongers have been slinging lagoon crab for 600 years.
Consider permission to get happy granted: barcollo means stagger. DJs and sass from the handlebar-mustachoied bartender put the crowd...
Lurking surreptitiously behind the kiosk-strewn tourist thoroughfare to the Rialto is this backstreet bacaro that dates from 1462 but...
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Drogheria Mascari information
Ziggurats of cayenne, leaning towers of star anise and chorus lines of olive oils draw awestruck foodies to Drogheria Mascari’s windows. Indoors, chefs clutch truffle jars like holy relics, kids ogle candy in copper-lidded jars and dazed gourmands confront 50 different aromatic honeys. For small-production Italian wines – including Veneto cult producers like Quintarelli – don’t miss the backroom cantina .