Osteria Al Squero
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Osteria Al Squero
Al Squero owes its name to its location in front of Squero di San Trovaso, one of Venice's traditional gondola boatyards. It is a traditional bacaro–the term Venetians use for bars–offering a vast selection of cicchetti (something typical to eat) and other small snacks. As for drinks, you can order wine, beer, or cocktails like the typical Venetian Spritz. There is little seating inside, but people usually consume outdoor, on the picturesque side of the canal.
- Address: Dorsoduro, 943, Venice
- Phone: +39 041 296 0479
- Address: Mon–Fri 10am–8:30pm, Sat 10am–4pm
- More Info: Near Gallerie dell'Accademia
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Osteria Al Squero
Al Squero owes its name to its location in front of Squero di San Trovaso, one of Venice's traditional gondola boatyards. It is a traditional bacaro–the term Venetians use for bars–offering a vast selection of cicchetti (something typical to eat) and other small snacks. As for drinks, you can order wine, beer, or cocktails like…