First of all wonderful staff. Second, tasty sandwiches and wine. Last but not least very good location and modern interior.
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Stumbled over Bar Rialto da Lollo during an early trip to Venice when they were still just off the Rialto Bridge in their original tiny location and couldn't believe the quality, freshness, and terrific price of their sandwiches! Mushroom and ham, smoked fish and artichoke,...More
Definitely the best place for breakfast. The display was a feast for the eye. One would like to try as many varieties (tramezzini - sandwiches) as possible. I almost went there every day during my visit in Venice.
Delicious fresh tramezzini and a spritz aperol as you stand at the counter. Friendly staff. I still dream of the tonno con cipoline - my attempts at home don't come close. Can't wait to return.
ideal boutique café to just chill and have a drink and sandwich when your visiting the Market or Rialto Bridge area
We stopped by the Bar Rialto da Lollo on a Thursday for a quick lunch. Once we finally determined what we wanted from the display case of freshly made sandwiches, we just waited for 2 of the sandwiches to be grilled (so the bread could...More
We stayed two minutes from the Rialto bridge and on the first morning wandered out to find breakfast - this was the first place we came across and I don't think we could have found better and consequently returned every morning. The food was fresh...More
Living in Venice, Americans might have to get used to living without the savory American breakfast, of eggs and bacon. For me, I don't care for sweets or pastry in the morning. That's where Bar Rialto comes in! Their tramezzini (soft white bread sandwiches) are...More
Saw this on Tripadviser and headed there for a beer and sandwich, not disappointed. Quality great and prices low. Service pleasant. Offered too much cash and reassured "we are not the Cipriani" as server returned wads of notes. If you have a big appetite you...More