Venice..city of canals, city of carnival, city of masks. I had a chance to be there again. It's definitely charming and one of a kind. Some people love it, some hate.
I am under a spell of its amazing architecture where every house is picture-worthy. Mesmerized by shadows on the canals and rays of sun sweeping gondolas, I love to be lost in the labyrinth of tiny alleys.
But when walking all day, even in such an amazing place, you get hungry :) What to eat in Venice? Preferably avoid touristy places where you'll pay loads for a soggy sandwich. Try to find small bar or restaurant where you'll be able to try local specialities- seafood or cicheti - tapas style little dishes.
|1.Fondi di Carciofi (Bacon-Wrapped Artichokes) via Saveur|
2.Zaeti- Venetian Polenta Biscottini via ChocolateChilliMango
3.Baccalà Mantecato (Grilled Polenta with Dried Cod Mousse) via Saveur
4.Zucchine Ripiene (Stuffed Zucchini) via Saveur
5. Aperol Spritz via Cooking with Michelle