We were wandering around the city and almost sat at a restaurant on the water. But after looking at the menu and at what people were eating, we decided to pass. The prices were high and the food looked unappetizing. Luckily, we just walked a short distance and found La Rivista. We had a great lunch of salad and pasta and of course some nice wine. My biggest piece of advice for tourists in Venice is to stay away from the most touristy restaurants. They are usually expensive and not very good. Explore the neighborhoods or ask a local where to get a good meal and your tummy will thank you! La Rivista gets a big thumbs up from us. So glad we found it!
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