We visited here for a light snack and a drink on a pub crawl dinner, in true Venetian style. We wandered around a bit before locating it in a small strip of similar places near the Grand Canal. It was a rainy evening, so we had to sit inside. The vibe was cool, the place a little busy, but we found a spot and sat down near the bar. We enjoyed some spritz (Aperol and Campari with prosecco) and cicchetti (small snacks, like Italian tapas) before heading out for another place. I wish we could have stayed for dinner, as it looked like a nice spot with nice views of the canal. We would go back again, even if we had only a few days in town.
It was listed in R*S*'s book, but it was not overrun with book-toting tourists (unlike some other spots).