A blue plaque outside this Soho property states that Canaletto – arguably Venice’s most famous painter – used to live here. Fitting then, for a restaurant that has been turning out high-quality Venetian small plates for nearly a decade. The events here tend to happen in its Campari Bar, where medium-sized groups enjoy standing and seated occasions amid Victorian fixtures and bespoke Campari mural. Cocktail masterclasses are a popular addition to the main event.
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