Private dinner in a Venetian palace

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An intimate dinner in a bright apartment on the top floor of a sixteenthcentury building, in Campo San Pantalon, Venice. Seated at the beautiful fratina (late 19th-century table) in the house once owned by the noble Loredan family, various dishes from Venetian recipes will be served with a modern twist. Guests will be able to experience firsthand the experience of a traditional dinner, in a setting of excellence, surrounded by books, paintings and accompanied by good music, in a large living room that overlooks Campo San Pantalon and the canal that runs along with it with its large windows. You can then do social eating, and you can share experiences and daily stories in a convivial and family atmosphere.

It starts around 7:00 pm with a welcome Prosecco, or alternatively with a cold non-alcoholic drink, and some cicchetto (typical Venetian appetizers). At around 7:30 pm the actual dinner begins which will be in perfect Italian style, therefore consisting of: appetizer, first course, second course, and dessert. The quantities of food served will be in such a way as to allow guests to be able to reach the end having tasted all the courses provided! For every two / three guests a bottle of Prosecco is included at the table. The dinner will end around 10-10:30 pm with a small gift for all guests, to leave a smile and a memory.

"There is nothing that cannot be solved with a smile and a good lunch" (Anonymous) The cook is a professional who has already worked in Italian restaurants abroad, and obtained the qualification at the Verona Academy. The cook is also available for mini Venetian cooking courses, which include shopping at the local market, the preparation of some specialties and the tasting of what is cooked.

Maximum 8 people. It is advisable to book well in advance.

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