Osteria Boccadoro, Venice, 4/12/17


After you enter the bar area Boccadoro splits into 2 rooms, one to either side and one really small room separated by a beautiful glass sculpture.   Patio seating is available if weather permits.  The lighting is low with soft jazz music in the background.  An elegant setting, there is lots of art on the walls, exposed beams in the ceiling and pretty tile on the floor.  It is old school with ladies menus having no prices. The staff is friendly and very helpful. Our waiter, Simone, easily suggested what we should order and we were wise to follow his plan.  It turns out he is the son of Chef Luciano Orlandi, so he really had the inside track.   Continue reading