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#192 of 1,119 Restaurants in Venice
Travelers' Choice2023
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Italian, Wine Bar
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Vegetarian Friendly
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Lunch, Late Night, Drinks
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San Polo
0.1 miles from Canal Grande
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Lovely friendly place.. found it by accident and had lovely white wine and a selection of ciccetta at a reasonable price.. which were delicious.. served by friendly bar man who also recommended the wine.. we wanted wine from the area.. . He also didnt seem...to mind our poor Italian as we could only say a few words! Lovely quaint bar and we liked it so much we popped by the next day too!More

Date of visit: April 2024
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Reviewed February 25, 2024 via mobile

Was round the corner from our apartment. Lovely place for a pit stop and nice Prosecco. Cosy inside and full of history. Will return 👍🏻

Date of visit: February 2024
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Reviewed November 28, 2023

Determined to find this place again after once being taken there by a guide which a friend had paid for then finding it closed for the day the next time we tried to find it. Although we'd sussed where it was on the map -...a short walk from the fish market vaporetto stage (Rialto Mercato) we still had to ask a shop owner for directions. Venice is that kind of city especially for dynosaurs like us who don't use mobile apps. We were directed to go through a sottoportego (archway) and there we were in the calle do mori - and here was the cantina. It was as quaint and interesting as we remembered. Although sitting room is very limited my wife and I were able to sit on two high stools by a ledge. There were ample tramazzini sandwiches to choose from. I had a vegetarian croquette and a spinach tart (so good I went back for another piece) and my wife chose a tuna mayonnaise francobolli, the typical single-portion tramezzini. We washed down the food with an ample glass each of very good red wine. The price was very modest for what we had. The service was charming and the ambience so comfortable that we opted for another two glasses of the tasty wine which were €5 each. Since returning we read that Cantina Do Mori is the most ancient bacaro in Venice and that according to the legend it was the place chosen by Casanova for his "first dates". We assume that the guide who had once introduced us to Do Mori did so because it is mentioned as being a place visited by Brunetti in a Donna Leon book but reading about the history of the Cantina on our return was very interesting too and we will certainly be back if we are in that area of Venice again - now we can find it!!!More

Date of visit: November 2023
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Reviewed October 2, 2023 via mobile

We stopped here during a tour and just loved it! Locals love this place an I see why. The food is amazing and the wine. Great small tastings very small inside. Such cool history as well. Hidden in a ally but so worth the find!

Date of visit: October 2023
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Reviewed September 6, 2023 via mobile

The older gentleman (owner?) working there was NOT friendly at all. It’s a shame because the place is super quaint and rustic but the the atmosphere was hostile.

Date of visit: September 2023
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Reviewed July 19, 2023

A cool stop for some cicchetti (Venetian snacks) and some regional wines. This is one of many options but we were brought here by our local on a food tour because they are still a small family operation and have one of the best buildings....Inside is very small but feels like a small pub with its casks and wood walls. Simple but typical snack options and good wines whether you like red or white.More

Date of visit: June 2023
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Reviewed July 3, 2023

This bar is a proper fantastic little place. Absolutely no frills, bells or whistles but just great. We had cicchetto there for a light lunch which was amazing. So tasty and light, just the best. The wine was excellent also. Very friendly staff and reasonably...priced. There is a great aura about the place and you can tell the walls hold many stories....... Well worth a visit but go to the loo before you visit as there's no toilet.......More

Date of visit: June 2023
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Reviewed June 27, 2023 via mobile

Immerse yourself in local culture and customs dating back to the 1400s. This wine bar experience is like time travel, and with superb local wines and tapas (chiquette). And please- do as the locals and step outside the shop to enjoy your wine with other...patrons in front of the store. After this, wind your way through the back streets and alleys to discover more little places. Your biggest clue to the best spots is seeing people standing outside socializing and enjoying their glass of wine.More

Date of visit: June 2023
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Reviewed May 27, 2023 via mobile

If you want to small traditional Venetian Cicchetti (or Cicheti in Venetian dialect), this is the place to come! There isn’t much space inside, but you can select a plate of delicious snacks, and preferably a glass of crisp white wine to go with them,...and take them outside. Yum!More

Date of visit: May 2023
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Reviewed April 20, 2023 via mobile

Wow - what a find! We walked off the beaten track from the Rialto bridge and found this gem (we subsequently read that this is a recommended place for Cicchetti). When we walked in there were locals eating Cicchetti and drinking small glasses of wine...while stood at the bar. We ordered a few Cicchetti and sampled the Merlot and Malbec wines. All delicious and authentic. There were 1 or 2 large tourist groups who came and went but this didn’t detract from a great little visit. Please give this place a try!More

Date of visit: April 2023
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Reviewed April 14, 2023

Very friendly Owner and staff, as well as delicious food that you don’t have to wait long for. Can only recommend.

Date of visit: April 2023
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Reviewed April 8, 2023

This very old, characterful bacaro gets packed so if you want to eat, you can now book through their website. Stunning seafood chiccetti, deliciously creamy risotto and monkfish cooked en papillote. A good selection of wines sold at a fair price. Staff were very friendly...and engaging. We had a great evening and would recommend without hesitation.More

Date of visit: March 2023
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Reviewed February 25, 2023

This place is amazing. We only discovered it on a food and wine tour around Venice. Went back every day after that, sometimes twice. If you want a slice of authentic historic Venice this is the place for you. House wine is fab.

Date of visit: January 2023
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Reviewed October 24, 2022 via mobile

Stopped by here since it’s supposed to be the oldest cicchetti bar. But that’s all that was good about it. It was dark and not a lot of selection for cichettis. Cichettis we’re just ok

Date of visit: October 2022
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Reviewed October 21, 2022 via mobile

One of the best kept secrets in Venice. A bar that’s 400 years old and a place that Casanova frequented. Great wine choice, the Valpolicella is amazing and the crostini were good too

Date of visit: October 2022
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  • Food: 4
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  • Atmosphere: 4.5