I was on vacation with friends and family. In Venice. By the water on a sunny day. That there was probably enough for a good review despite the fact that I'm actually a quite critical reviewer. In retrospect, the food was probably average to good by Venetian standards and the service sub-par by U.S. standards but we had a great, large lunch. The location is a bit off the main beaten path and well-visited by locals from the look of things. Apparently, musical acts in the evening attract large 20-something crowds. At Sunday lunch there was a mix of people: couples, families, friends. Service was hurried and not especially attentive but we found that to be the norm at this type of place in Venice. Seafood is their specialty and there were plates of fried and grilled fish everywhere. We started with an antipasti plate of fried fish and were not disappointed. Loved the polenta. Most of the pasta is seafood-based -- shrimp, clams, cuttlefish -- but everything we ordered was great. Lots of hustle and bustle. You could probably do better for a price/quality value but we had a great experience.
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