The historical Grapperia Nardini, beneath the Bassano Bridge, hides a secret: the rooms of the ancient 13th-century inn & spirits cellar, open to visitors upon request for the tasting of Nardini's renowned Grappa and spirits.
What about having a break in one of the most stunning secret gardens in Venice? Ca' Nigra, former house to Count Nigra, Cavour's top secret agent, opens its doors for a luxe breakfast or tea-break overlooking the Grand Canal.
The Relais & Chateaux Villa Abbazia, well-known for the Michelin-starred La Corte restaurant, hosts also a lovely bistro & a tea room, just perfect to enjoy the charm of an 18th-century country mansion whilst being spoiled with hand-made cakes served in white gloves and silver Sambonet flatware.
Opened in 1961 by Lino Toffolin, during the period of the 60ies Dolce Vita the restaurant became the meeting place of many artists and famous people of that era, such as Marcello Mastroianni, Ugo Tognazzi, and the soprano Toti Dal Monte.
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