A wooden bridge spanning a canal connects
the area of the Rialto fish market
with this historical 16th century
building. In the 1500s there was already
a tavern here, where the Venetian
mail carriers sorted letters and missives
over a glass of wine. The interiors
still conserve echoes of this charming
atmosphere: large fireplaces which
are regularly lit in winter, frescoes
on the walls of small tastefully furnished,
romantic rooms with vibrant colours.
The cooking equally calls up the tradition
of the Serenissima.
The pasta is strictly homemade and
fresh fish is provided every day from
the Rialto fish market, so that you
may enjoy it at its best. Among the
dishes which the Poste Vecie is proud
of we particularly recommend the house
made pasta and the fritto de moecche(fried
tiny crabs), not to forget the real
Venetian fegato alla Veneziana (liver
in Venetian way).
House wines are Italian white Tokay
and red Merlot along with an interesting
wine list. In spring and summer you
can eat open air under the arbours
in the garden.