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Venice: Do Spade for Cicchetti

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Photograph by Mr Luke Harby
Photograph by Mr Luke Harby

Do as the Venetians do and start the night out with a baccari tour, stopping at several traditional wine bars to savor a glass of vino bianco and sample some amazing cicchetti. The baccari is an Italian interpretation of the English pub crawl.

As we’ve pointed out in the past, cicchetti is the term for Venetian bar-snacks. They’re similar to Spanish tapas. Do Spade, a baccara that dates back to the 15th century, offers an unparalled cicchetti selection, ranging from savory fried seafare to a spicy picante panini.

Cantina Do Spade is located at S. Polo 860, Calle Do Spade. Telephone: 041-521-05-74

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