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Venice trip Oct 22-26

mandafire | Oct 3, 201106:59 PM

First trip to Venice since my stay at a nunnery in Guidecca 12 years ago... and this time I actually have two pennies to rub together!

So... we have one dinner already with a group (required attendance, not sure where) and thus have three evenings and four full days. I'm thinking that we should make reservations for dinner and wing it for a lighter lunch. Cichetti possible at lunch, or just at dinner?

I'm between these for dinner:
Al Covo
Antiche Carampane
Anice Stellato
Alla Fontana
Al Fontego dei Pescatori

Lunch as stated above, and maybe Il Refolo or Alla Fontana if we don't make it for dinner. Or maybe just a gelati-only lunch ;)

Our eating goals: good food, not overly fussy, reasonably friendly environment (I've been working on my Italian, but a couple months of Italian tapes can only take you so far). We'd prefer to not spend crazy amounts on *every* meal, but are willing to pay for good food. I'm assuming that I should make reservations before leaving the states? We tend to eat late; what is the best go-to dinner time in Venice to actually be around Venetians?

I have been so impressed by the friendly and knowledgeable people on this board, and thus thank you all in advance!

Anice Stellato
Cannaregio, 3272, Venezia , IT

Il Refolo
Campo San Giacomo dell'Orio, 1459, Venezia 30135, IT

Antiche Carampane
Calle de la Carampane, 1911,San Polo, Venice, Veneto 30125, IT

Alla Fontana
Fondamenta di Cannaregio 1102, Venice, Veneto , IT

Al Covo
Campiello della Pescaria,Castello 3968, Venice, Veneto 30122, IT

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