There were few Italian restaurants in Venice several years ago, and now they're everywhere it seems. This restaurant is a family business with an Italian Village atmosphere in the back room. High ceilings, movies on the wall, rustic decor add to the ambiance. Service was efficient and friendly, although our server disappeared for quite some time after taking our orders.
The gnocchi were to die for, wood fired flatbread was thin and crispy, and eggplant parm was tasty.
A new Euro-style bar is adjacent and very comfy for a wait. Unfortunately, it was too cool to sit outside, but there are a lot of options. This place should be around for a while.