Serving good wine and cicchetti since 1462 (check out the antique copper pots hanging from the ceiling), Da Mori is above all a fun place to have a genuine Venetian experience, a small, dimly lit bàcari that can barely accommodate ten people standing up. Sample the baby octopus and ham on mango, lard-smothered crostini, and pickled onions speared with salty anchovies, or opt for the tramezzini (tiny sandwiches). Local TV (and BBC) star Francesco Da Mosto is a regular, but note that this institution is very much on the well-trodden tourist trail—plenty of cicchetti tours stop by in the early evening. Local wine runs for around 3.50–4€ per glass.
San Polo 429 (entrances on Calle Galiazza and Calle Do Mori)
Our Rating Neighborhood In San Polo Hours Mon–Sat 8:30am–8pm (Wed until 2pm; June–Aug closed daily 2–4:30pm) Transportation Vaporetto: Rialto (cross Rialto Bridge to San Polo side, walk to end of market stalls, turn left on Ruga Vecchia San Giovanni and then immediately right, and look for small wooden cantina sign on right) Phone 041-5225401 Prices Tramezzini and cicchetti 1.80€–2.50€ per piece Cuisine Type Wine Bar/Venetian
MapSan Polo 429 Venice
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