In a secluded corner on the Grand Canal where the pleasures and warmth of the osteria meet with exotic, Asian flavors, Naranzaria offers Mediterranean freshness with couscous, sushi, salami from Friuli, and the wines of the Veneto. As the meeting point of aromas, flavors, people, and cultures, Naranzaria is one of the freshest places to eat in Venice, and a location where guests love the weird and wonderful mix of interior design styles. Reflecting the diversity of the menu, here you will find authentic stone walls and archways, married to modern furniture and lighting. Outside there is a courtyard, and the restaurant stays open until the early hours.
The Guinness flows at this uncreatively-named Irish pub that's tucked away in the corner of an... Read more