In the early eighteenth century it was the inn “with the sign of the turtledoves”, as Elio Zorzi says in his Osterie veneziane, and the Teatro Vendramin – now Goldoni – has always made it a favourite haunt of actors. Stravinsky, Ezra Pound, the Russian poet Brodsky, and Mastroianni all dined here and it was the meeting place for Venetian painters like Vedova and Cherubini, whose works adorn the walls alongside those of Sironi, de Chirico and other greats. The little halls have lost none of their 1930s atmosphere and the sophisticated flavours of Venice. Two generations at the helm.
San Marco 4619 , 30124 Venezia (VE)
- Alessandro Stanziani - Proprietor
- Domenico Stanziani - Proprietor
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