When my wife and I were in Venice four years ago, we spent a couple of hours in a certain bacaro in San Marco indulging on cicchetti and wine. We return to Venice this May, and we thought that we might take the experience from our last trip, expand upon it, and embark on a bacaro crawl, which we'd treat as dinner. But then we discovered this post and PBSF's reply:
It seems cicchetti dries up as the evening progresses. Given this, is a dinner composed of cicchetti from several bacari at a traditional dinner time (say 7pm) destined for failure? Would we even find any Venetians at this time?
Either way, we plan on eating cicchetti at some point in the day. If anyone is able to toss out a recommendation, especially one that's located far from the traditional sights, it would be appreciated.
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