In Jesolo, near Piazza Aurora, Magazzino delle Scope is a “chic-eateria” restaurant (from cicchetti, the traditional Venetian appetizers) and certainly one of the most creative eateries in Veneto, a pioneer in the crafty trend based on the concept of using recycled furniture and handmade objects to decorate the spaces.
The name takes, in fact, ironically inspiration from the broom storage room (in Italian Magazzino delle Scope) metaphorically meant as a space – recovered from the former restaurant Don Claudio that used to be next door and now incorporated into Magazzino – where collecting recycled objects, giving a new life to them.
Like the Spanish tapas, the menu is based on yummy half-portions with an excellent vegetarian and vegan offer.
The eatery host also a little concept store that allows you to buy some of the original handmade crafts and objects that decorate the restaurant.
Each of the vintage newspapers that covers the ceiling tells a chapter in the history of Italy, a tribute to its 150th anniversary which coincided with the opening date of the Magazzino delle Scope in 2011.