Great experience, and for locals. We went for lunch, well, for tapas! but italian tapas. Near the Ponte Rialto, in a hidden street, and it is not a restaurant per se, and it is a very small place. but it's a must for a different experience in Venice. You have to order a Prosecco with your tapas, actually "bruschettas" . There are only a couple of tables outside in the street. You have to be patient and wait for a table, then go inside and order, and they will take the bruschettas to your table. If you have to wait, you can order your Prosecco first, and then order the rest when there is a table available. We were lucky, and didn't have to wait. It's very informal, and it's open until 5 pm.
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