Rossopomodoro- a nice pizza place in Venice
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Rossopomodoro is a pizzeria and the name means red tomato.
The place was recommended to us by our host of the apartment we stayed in, Contarina at Residenza Ducato, Paola.
There is no need to make a reservation there during the day – the place is big enough. It’s not the ultimate interior, but it’s authentic, and the pizzas are great. We haven’t tried anything else on the menu because we tend to go straight for the pizza. Great Diavola with spicy salami and mozzarella. The Capriciosa was also very good.
Google maps says it closes at 11:30 p.m., but in the off-season it even closes at 11 p.m.
There is wine in small and large bottles, so you can take your pick. They served us very quickly. The music was world hits. We really liked it!
I recommend Rossopomodoro for pizza especially.
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A: Calle Larga S. Marco, 404/408, 30124 Venezia VE
Opening Hours: Mon- Sun 12:00-23:30
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