Bacaro, the typical venitian wine bar
Venetians, who wish to have a bite, usually head to a Bacaro. It’s the typical wine bar of Venice.
People can enjoy some street food: a delicious savory snack (cicchetto) with a glass of local wine (ombra).
One of my favorites is ‘Bacaro da Lele’.
It is located in a little square next to the Church of San Nicola da Tolentino.
It’s not far from the main bus station, Piazzale Roma and Santa Lucia train station.
It is one of the smallest wine bars in Venice with no seating and only two big barrel tables outside.
This typical venitian wine bar has a selection of wonderful sandwiches stuffed with deli meats, cheese and house wine.
This bacaro attracts a wide range of customers throughout the day.
Students of the nearby Ca Foscari University and many local working have lunch here.
In the late afternoon, everybody usually gathers to this lively spot to enjoy a Spritz.
It’s an Italian wine-based cocktail, commonly served as an aperitif.
This bacaro is so popular with locals due to its distinctive friendly atmosphere and the high-quality food.
The reasonable pricing is an added value.
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