Giacomo Marzotto’s favourite bacari to visit in Venice
Ca’ D’oro (Ala Vedova )
Located in a little alley, this bacaro is most famous for its polpetti (delicious meatballs). It’s a family run place and very cute. Ramo Ca’ d’oro, Cannaregio 3912.
I would have a small glass of wine, what Venetians call ombradivino— shadow of the wine—with a tartine with anchovies or salt cod. Sestiere San Polo, 436, 30125.
Next to All’arco, this is a lively bacaro I go to for aperitivo. You have to fight to get your glass of wine, but there’s a great buzz in the place. San Polo, 859, 30125.
You go for the modern twist on food and the selection of wines, which are fantastic. Cannaregio 3689, Campo San Felice, 30121.