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Tucked in an alley off St. Mark's Square, this restaurant is known for its Venetian risotto and amusing chef Mauro Lorenzon, who entertains guests during their meal.
Calle Lunga Santa Maria Formosa 5183, 30122 Venice, Italy
This romantic restaurant on the Portonovo Bay is known for its amazing views and traditional seafood dishes from the Marche region. Be sure to try the locals’ favorite -- stuffed mussels.
Via Poggio, 166, 60129 Portonovo Province of Ancona, Italy
Known for its local Treviso flair, this culinary haven can be found in the Prosecco Road region. And if you’re too full to drive, stay the night at Locanda’s B&B.
Località Zecchei, 31049 Treviso, Italy
Forgo the pedestrian tourist spots in St. Mark’s Square. For million-dollar views and heavenly dishes, head to this celebrity and royalty hotspot in the legendary Hotel Danieli.
Riva degli Schiavoni, 4196 30122 Venice, Italy
One of the oldest family-owned restaurants on the island of Burano is Trattoria al Gatto Nero. It started as a simple tavern in 1946, and in 1965, the Bovo family took it over and made it into a culinary retreat.
V. Guidecca 88, Burano, Venice, Italy
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