We stumbled upon this small café during our first time in Venice and have returned on our two subsequent visits. I can't comment on the food, as we've only stopped for a drink but it is so comforting to be able to enjoy a refreshing drink at a realistic price away from the crowds but in reality only 50 yards from The Grand Canal. Cross Rialto Bridge (in the direction of St. Marks Square) and turn right along the canal side. Walk as far as you can before a large church blocks your path, turn left and there it is 50 yards down on the right. Although small, it was obviously well-known and used by the locals. The staff speak English, there was a good selection of snacks during the day and outside tables in the shade. If you're looking for a bottled beer, check out the tall fridge to the right of the bar. I found some very unusual and reasonably priced British ales. We enjoyed a superb freshly squeezed orange juice and 500ml bottle of beer for €7. Just what we needed and pretty good value considering where we were.
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