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This corner patisserie is a Venetian institution, and you will always find it bustling with people. Having a cup of coffee and a sweet pastry standing at the counter might be exactly what you need to start the day off right or treat yourself during an afternoon break. The types of pastries and baked goods you can choose are numerous, and the prices are kept affordable.
- Address: Calle San Pantalon 3764, Venice
- Phone: +39 041 523 7209
- Address: Tue–Sat 7:35am–8pm, Sun 7:30am–1pm
- More Info: Near the Basilica Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari
- More Info: https://www.facebook.com/PasticceriaTonolo/
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