Restaurants in Dorsoduro, VeniceIt’s important to check that the restaurant at which you’re interested in eating is open! Restaurants in Venice do not all close on a Monday, rest days vary, and not all open at night. Booking is highly advisable, especially when you want an outside table. And not all restaurants (especially the smaller ones) take credit cards.
Taverna San Trovaso
Fondamenta Priuli, Dorsoduro 1016
Close to the Accademia vaporetto stop; menu classic Italian with the addition of Venetian specialities; queue moves quickly.
Zattere, opposite Mulino Stucky, Dorsoduro 1473
More space outside than in – eight tables just by the restaurant and a water terrace providing views across the Giudecca.
Rio Terra Foscarini, Dorsoduro 795
Looking across the Giudecca Canal. Basic food, with all the standard Italian/Venetian classics at a reasonable price. The pizze are particularly good.
Calle Lunga San Barnaba,Dorsoduro 2753a
Defiantly carnivorous; menu is short and concentrates on its promise to deliver meat. Moderately priced. Bar at front.
Campo Santa Margarita
The best pizza house in Venice? The list of pizzas is almost endless. Inexpensive, no credit cards.
Ponte Del Formager, Dorsoduro 36
Small restaurant, simple but chic surroundings. Food and wines superb, though fairly expensive.
Trattoria Dona Onesta
Calle Dona Onesta, Dorsoduro 3922
Between Campo Santa Margarita and the Frari. Inexpensive and popular with the locals. Good house wine.
Campo San Barnaba
Best bread in Venice (so they say!). Shop with an amazing selection of quality gourmet products. Put together some snacks for do-it-yourself cicchetti.