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For unforgettable evenings away from the yacht deck, delve into these fabulous dining options, delicious sundowners, and sophisticated clubs.
Once a neighbourhood wine bar, Da Fiore has transformed into a world-famous Venetian institution. The décor is intentionally sober, placing the emphasis firmly on the stunning Michelin-starred cuisine, where fresh seafood takes centre stage and each dish is a gastronomic delight.
Poste Vecie is Venice’s oldest restaurant and a rewarding culinary experience once you’ve located it. Connected to the Rialto Fish market by a private bridge, this 16th century establishment serves delectable traditional Venetian cuisine, among which the fried tiny crabs are a particular local favourite.
As the social centre for the neighbourhood for the last 100 years, the Fischetteria Toscana is a family affair whose traditional cuisine shines with simplicity and savour. With an eye for detail and statute for quality produce, every meal enjoyed in the cozy atmosphere of this restaurant will be one to remember.
For the best view of Venice’s glorious sunsets, settle yourself on the floating pontoon of Cip’s Club at the Cipriani Hotel. Enjoy a luscious cocktail as you bask in the breathtaking views across the glittering waters to St.Mark’s Square.
Harry’s Bar serves the best bellinis, among other things, in Venice and the clientele is hard to beat. A favourite with locals and A-listers alike, the atmosphere of this elegant Venetian institution is second to none.
Though clubbing is not dead on Venice, it is certainly well-hidden. With the young locals heading across the water to Mestre for their fun, the best place to while away the hours is the Margaret DuChamp. Open until 2am, this chic designer bar attracts an elite set who use it as a jumping off point or a final destination.