Top 5 A-Lister Must Go To Restaurants In Venice

If you wish to go back in time a few hundred years, Venice is the place to visit thanks to its old buildings and romantic traditions. The world knows the city by several names – The Floating City, City of Water, City of Bridges, La Dominante and Serenissima among others. The names may be many, but everyone agrees that Venice is truly one of the most beautiful places on earth, if not the most!
Tourists from all over the world come to Venice to experience all of its beauty and celebrities are not far behind on the list of fans either. If you’re headed to Venice and wish to include in your sojourn a fair bit of stargazing, this list of 5 restaurants will help you find the right spots in town.
Da Fiore
S. Polo, 2202/A, 30125 Venezia, Italy

When renowned chef Nobu says this is one of his favorite restaurants, you simply have to believe that Da Fiore is indeed in a class of its own. The restaurant is a family affair, and is operated by Chef Mara Martin. The exquisite Italian dishes you can taste here have the magic of local ingredients mixed with hearty doses of tradition. Whether it’s the Wild Sea Bass in Balsamic Vinegar with Emperor Apples or the whole 7 course tasting, the dishes here are gorgeous in every way. The interiors are cozy and beautiful while the tables with a view of the canal make your meal even more magical. With Osteria Da Fiore on your list, you’re sure to have a beautiful day out in Venice!
Osteria Enoteca Ai Artisti
Dorsoduro, 30123 Venice, Italy

A tiny restaurant that can seat less than two dozen diners at one time, Osteria Enoteca Ai Artisti stands testimony to the fact that great things often come in small packages! The produce here is as fresh as it can get and after the kitchen has worked its magic, what you get on the table is nothing less than the most beautiful food in the world. Despite its size, this one has made news all over the world and diehard foodie tourists often make it a point to plan their travels around their reservations for lunch or dinner here! Home-style food that stands tall in the culinary world – Osteria Enoteca Ai Artisti is what Venice is – warm and beautiful.
Locanda Cipriani
Piazza Santa Fosca, 29, 30142 VE, Italy

If you are an Ernest Hemingway fan, you simply must visit Locando Cipriani for a wonderful meal, or even book your rooms at the hotel here for a romantic stay because this is where the writer penned one of his classics Across the River and Through the Trees. Whether you’re a literary enthusiast or not, the food and ambiance at Locando Cipriani is well worth the visit!
The small island of Torcello is a pleasant drive away from Venice and here begins your journey, one you’ll likely remember for a long time. Friendly service is the highlight here and you can feel the rich traditions attached to the restaurant in the air even as you take your seat. Some patrons believe the experience to be as good as a 5-star one and the food, though in small portions, is a delightful affair. The menu has prices that include the taxes and service charges, so no surprises at the end of your meal!
L’Alcova Restaurant at the Casagredo Hotel
Ca’ D’Oro 30121 Venice, Italy

Classy, not to mention expensive some say even by Venetian standards, is what defines the experience at the L’Alcova Restaurant. Of course, the food and service matches up to the costs and what you get is a wholesome culinary experience. Beef Fillet with Foie Gras soaked in Torcolato di Breganze Wine and Bigoli Pasta with Lobster seem to be the favorites and a common cry is to go easy on your appetizers and main course and leave ample space for the desserts. A table overlooking the Grand Canal is the best view here so make sure you book those seats well in advance!
Rio Terà Lista de Spagna, 30121 Venezia, Italy

If you’ve had your fill of Italian cuisine and it’s Japanese you crave for, Mirai is the best of the bunch in Venice. The food here is a great mix of Japanese with just a hint of local Italian cuisine sprucing things up, thus allowing your taste buds to relish in a different culinary experience. A wide range of choices allows for healthy experimentation as far as the food goes and the service and ambiance make it all worth the high prices. Japanese in Venice may not sound like a great combination, but fans here say it’s a great way to break away from tradition and try something different!
The restaurants on this list are the best in Venice and are committed to culinary and service standards comparable with the best in the world. Book a table here and you just won’t regret it! Of course, with celebrities thrown into the mix, things get even better!