Party Earth Review Located in a beautifully restored sixteenth-century palazzo, the spacious interior that once housed Cinema Centrale was transformed in 2005 into one of Venice’s most lavish restaurants and lounges. Floor-to-ceiling windows... ... read full review
San Marco, Venice –
Located in a beautifully restored sixteenth-century palazzo, the spacious interior that once housed Cinema Centrale was transformed in 2005 into one of Venice’s most lavish restaurants and lounges.
Floor-to-ceiling windows give arriving patrons their first glance at the striking décor, rich with sophisticated details, fine materials, sculptural partitions, and playfully illuminated glass.
Immensely popular with an upscale and cultured clientele of lovers of the arts, Venetian glitterati, and a smattering of celebrities, the restaurant exudes a soft glamour and offers an inventive seasonal menu complemented by an extensive wine list.
Separate bar and lounge areas glow with ever-changing colors and provide a low-key atmosphere and plenty of tables and leather couches for visitors who prefer to relax, chat, and mingle over a bit of bubbly.
Patrons looking for a dazzling start or finish to their evening would do well to stop by Centrale for a bite to eat or a well-crafted cocktail.
Cultured, upscale, sophisticated, and congenial. Mostly well-todo VIPs and fashion-forward types, 20s and up.
Soothing ambient music. Art exhibits. Occasional DJ events and special live concerts.
Inventive Mediterranean and Venetian cuisine featuring fresh seasonal dishes. Kitchen open until 2am. Private taxi/gondola entrance on Rio dei Barcaroli.
Dinner averages €90/person. Beer €8–€10, wine €10–€15/glass or €30+/bottle, mixed drinks €15, cocktails €15, Venetian spritz €8.
Any night, but weekend nights draw a larger, more animated crowd in the lounge both before and after dining hours.
Sangal, a beautifully designed restaurant and lounge, is located in Campo San Gallo (San Marco 1089) very close to Centrale.