This tiny hole-in-the-wall bácaro is worth seeking out for its cheap, fresh snacks, sandwiches, and cicchetti. Tiny glasses or ombras of wine and Prosecco are just 0.70€ to 1.50€. There are no seats, so do as the locals do and grab a space on the nearby church steps, or outside by the canal, while you sip and nibble. Opt for a tiny porchetta and mustard or the bacon and artichoke panini (around 2.50€), antipasti plates (cheese and salami), or a simple, freshly baked crostini for 1€  to 2€. Expect long lines here in peak season; the secret is definitely out.