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Explore Tramezzini Cichetti, Tuna Eggs, and more!

Tramezzini is a different kind of Italian sandwich where ingredients like tuna, eggs, capers and ham are piled onto thinly sliced white bread and cut into bite-sized pieces. Wouldn't mind trying this!

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Baked Mozzarella Chicken Rolls

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Cicchetti - great tasting finger food in Venice. A very cheap way to eat and drink 3 euro bottles of wine or prosecco at little out of the way cicchetti bars.

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Ree's Old-Fashioned Patty Melts

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New Orleans City Park

City Park in New Orleans is a 150-year-old, 1,300-acre expanse of moss-draped oaks and 11 miles of gentle lagoons is just 2 miles from the French Quarter, but feels like it could be another world.

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12 Delicious Atlanta Foods That Won't Break The Bank

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Cicchetti are Venice’s version of tapas. These small bites range from fried seafood to hard boiled eggs to meatballs or simply cured olives. An entire meal can be created from Cicchetti by ordering multiple plates at the Cicchetteria. Don’t forget to wash it down with some vino.

TRATTORIA SEMPIONE • Venice, ITALY • Go after 8:30pm when the tourists thin out and it will be less hectic. Really excellent food, friendly service, casual dress, waiters speak many languages. Décor isn't much, but don't let that put you off when you walk in. If you are lucky, you will get a table overlooking the water! • 39 041 522 6022 • www.alsempione.com

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Piazza San Marco

St. Mark's Square

Prosecco is the sparkling beverage of choice in Venice, not to mention much of Italy. The Veneto region produces much of Italy’s prosecco and it can be enjoyed alone, in a cocktail, or in a Bellini which was made famous in Venice. Prosecco pairs nicely with the abundant seafood dishes of Venice.

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Off the Beaten Track in Venice

Discover the authenticity and charm of #Venice during your next Italian escape.