Barrique, formerly Ado, is a refreshed version of the Venice favorite with Chef Antonio Mure still at the helm. The elegant Italian restaurant dishes out fresh antipasti, homemade pastas and fresh fish dishes to pair with its extensive wine list. The charming, romantic setting — in a lovely old yellow cottage — is complete with warm candlelit tables and exposed wood beams.
Eater highlighted Barrique's Italian-forward menu highlighting a few dishes, including "smoked pink trout with potato blini and salmon roe, watercress salad with pecorino cheese, handmade fettucine with ragu, and grilled branzino atop braised onions in a blood orange sauce."
Table are filling up fast so make a reservation to dine at Barrique.