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It's hard to get a reservation at Nevodi, an incredibly popular (and extremely small) spot in Castello, but don't let that discourage you. It's worth the planning ahead to try stuff off the creative menu that focuses on traditional lagoon and Venetian ingredients, like tiny sweet shrimp served on creamy polenta, or small soft-shelled crabs during the fall. If you aren’t the type to make an Excel spreadsheet of reservations before every trip (what, just us?), they have a takeout pizza operation across the street that does a great margherita, plus fun pies with spicy Nduja or goose breast and truffles.

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