Venice is not known for pizza, partly because fire codes restrict the use of traditional wood-burning ovens, but the big, fluffy-crusted pies here are the best in the city. Little more than a hole-in-the-wall (take-out only), Antico Forno has been selling pizza by the slice since 2001, thick and thin-crust. Its “La Pizzaccia-style” pizza is a soft focaccia topped with fresh chopped tomatoes, mozzarella fior di latte (from Treviso farms) and everything from Trevisan sausage to gorgonzola and mushrooms.