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Pansön  


A staple since 1790.

This restaurant has been in the same family since 1790, which doesn’t always bode well. In fact, beware the line as an excuse for quality. Here, however, history has its place. First, you have the 16th century palazzo. Then, delicious gnocchetti al basilico in salsa di gamberi (little gnocchi in shrimp sauce). The seafood is solid all around and there’s pizza for those who need relief. This was once close to Genoa’s herb and spice market, hence the name of the street. Antica Trattoria di Piazza delle Erbe was transformed into today’s Antico Ristorante Panson dal 1790. Closed Sunday for dinner. — David R. Deropolous

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Piazza delle Erbe, 5r, Genoa, IT-GE Map
Tel. 010.246.8903
Closed Sundays


Vini Da Gigio  


Tuna carpaccio.

The place may be packed with tourists, but you can still dine well with Paolo and Laura. Paolo selects excellent wines. Pumpkin and shrimp risotto is delicate and tasty. Grilled vegetables are especially good here. Laura makes the desserts — her excellent pannacotta with berries may be the best in town. The cozy atmosphere has wood beam ceilings, iron wall lamps, small prints, and wine bottles galore. €43 for 3 courses. On vaporetto line 1, the stop is Ca’ D’Oro. — Judy Edelhoff

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Cannaregio 3628, Venice, IT-VE Map
Tel. 041.528.5140
http://www.vinidagigio.com
Closed Mondays, Closed Tuesdays



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