Looking for places to go without reservations in Venice in early October. We will be there for four nights and would like not to have the pressure of, first deciding in NYC where to eat in Venice, second having to make the reservations and then, when there, having to find these places after long days of sight-seeing. Been there, done that in Venice before and always felt a fairly high level of pressure often followed by a big let-down. Obviously we're not going to walk into high end restaurants popular with tourists and expect to be seated but would love to find charming walk-in places with good food, perhaps more simply prepared. An example I've seen mentioned approvingly on recent strings here is Il Refolo. This place is also highly regarded by the ChowBella book people and as I researched it a little, by many other publications including Travel + Leisure magazine back in 2003! So not the newest place and maybe now a regular on the tourist trail. Any suggestions or thoughts?