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My wife and I were looking for somewhere to eat near the Rialto Bridge (that wasn't at tourist trap) and this place was it. The restaurant is about a 2 min walk from the Rialto. There are about 7 tables, so make a reservation. The...More
Lived in Vicenza for two years and finally made it here. Very good food, great menu selection. I’ve been to restaurants here that cater to Americans and are filled with Americans when I’ve eaten there, the night we dined it was filled with Italians -...More
As a long-time resident of the area, I used to frequent Al Portego often...ownership changed, the name changed, and I didn't feel the same "vibes" that I did in the past...We've been talking about giving the restaurant "another chance", since ownership changed again--and the original...More
Most amazing and delicious home made authentic Venezian cucinia. Everything terrific. We took a veal, eggplant and bell pepper goulash home. It was better the next day reheated. It is very busy, so make reservations and show up on time. Michael Berry
I have been to Al Portego many times (considering it is 5 mins from my house) and generally had good food and good service until tonight. I ordered the scallopino chicken which is usually a delicious creamy chicken dish. However, tonight something was bad in...More
In Venice for husbands 50th and my sister took us for a birthday lunch Venetian style. Its cheaper to eat standing because they charge for a table. Fantastic seletion of small bites, hot and or cold to choose from. Tried lots of food with the...More
If you can find this restaurant, you are in for a treat. Our waitress, Federica (Kikka), spoke English and was so helpful. One person in our party is allergic to all fish, and she was especially helpful picking ciccete and entrees for her. We loved...More