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Murano restaurants & cafés

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From: Murano, the Glass Island

Trattoria Busa alla Torre da Lele

ABOVE: Outdoor dining at Busa alla Torre da Lele in early November. (The highly-regarded trattoria is located on the Campo Santo Stefano and is popular with both locals and tourists.)


Cafe on Canale San DonatoMurano has a fair number of restaurants, cafés, and bars scattered along its canals, next to the Basilica dei Santi Maria e Donato (right), and on the Campo Santo Stefano across the canal from the San Pietro Martire church.

Some are pricey, but you can easily find snack bars, osterie, pizzerias, and gelato parlors for every budget. Just check the menus before you go inside.

For recommendations with photos, see Michela and Nicoló Scibilia's Comprehensive Guide to the Island of Murano.

InCoop MuranoIf you're really short on cash, you can buy sandwich makings, pizza by the slice, and other snack foods at the two-story, wheelchair-accessible InCoop supermarket and shopping center.  InCoop is near the Colonna Actv boat stop, on the fondamenta that runs south along the canal from San Pietro Martire.

Dining tips:

  • If you're staying on Murano overnight, ask your hotel receptionist which of the island's restaurants is open in the evening. (Most tourists are day-trippers, so Murano's restaurants often take turns staying open for dinner.)

  • In restaurants, fish and other seafood are often sold by weight. If the menu doesn't show a fixed price, know exactly what you're getting (and what you'll pay) before you order.

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In this Murano travel guide:
Murano (introduction)
Glass museums
Glass factories
Sightseeing on Murano
Shopping
Transportation
Hotels, B&Bs, apts
Restaurants & cafés
Tourist information
Glass repair & mosaic courses
More Murano photos

Also see:
Venice Islands Tour (by public transportation)