Venice Restaurant – Bacaro Jazz

How many restaurants are there in Venice? Difficult to count, but considering that more than 3.5 million tourists visit Venice every year, it is easy to imagine that the catering business in Venice can be very profitable, hence the great market. Venice restaurants originally specialized only in seafood cuisine, but have now been differentiated to include an eclectic variety of offerings; From Chinese to Indian restaurants, through modern nouvelle cuisine, through Arabic and Japanese cuisine, Venice tries to resemble the great metropolis where you can find all kinds of food;

Of all the restaurants in Venice, Bacaro Jazz is probably the most original and innovative; together with one of the latest and best open kitchens in Venice, it guarantees excellent customer satisfaction. Opened in December 1997, Alfredo, Nicole and the staff have made Bacaro Jazz one of Venice’s must-see restaurants and attractions; Over the years, the restaurant has continually renovated the kitchen and the restaurant’s décor; once opened, it looked like a typical Venetian “trattoria”, where the locals drank “ombre” (glasses of house wine) and ate “cicchetti” (Venetian tapas appetizers); the owner Alfredo had another idea for the place and, through continuous improvements and revolutions in the menu and decoration, today it has one of the best Venetian and international cuisines in Venice recommended by the most prestigious restaurants and travel guides ;

The restaurant and cocktail bar is open from 4:00 pm to 3:00 am and features the latest open kitchen in Venice; the Bacaro Jazz menu offers a delicious smorgasbord of local dishes; Some of the most outstanding are Saor and salted cod, Venetian pasta and beans with boiled salami and Cuttlefish in black ink sauce with polenta; It also offers International Cuisine where they stand out raw beef carpaccio with balsamic vinegar and parmesan cheese, red chicory tagliatelle with duck sauce and aromatic herbs and white sea bass fillet wrapped with raw ham in tomato sauce with stewed onion. Don’t forget to pair your meal with a good bottle of wine; you can choose from a Brunello di Montalcino to a tasty Valpolicella for red or a fresh Malvasia if you choose white wine;

Happy hour begins at 4pm and customers can sample two of a fine selection of long drinks and cocktails for the price of one. At Bacaro Jazz you can enjoy the excellent Frabellini drink, the traditional Bellini with a sweet addition of Fragolino; when the shadows begin to cover the city, this Venice bar begins to fill its high chairs and the customers chatting will order a Mojito cocktail, a Coffee Martini, the homemade “Sex & Sax” and a wide variety of liquors and long drinks; for couples who want a bit of privacy you will sit down as the restaurant opens its doors to the bar after 11pm;

The jazz music that fills the air could not be more appropriate for this late-night restaurant in Venice; dim lights, table candles and wall posters of the greatest jazz masters, give Bacaro Jazz a unique and memorable atmosphere; the decoration is truly unique, the drawings and testimonials of the clients adorn the walls; But if you look up at the ceiling, you will see something like 500 bras hanging! There are several myths about how the “I leave you a bra” started, if you are lucky, Alfredo will share the secret with you; Now, every time a customer drops a bra, they are given a very nice t-shirt that says “I left my bra at Bacaro Jazz and all I got was this t-shirt.”

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