La Prosciutteria

Venice

Strada Nova, 3843

From Monday to Sunday 11:00-00:00

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The design in this restaurant is crazy, how could we not let our imagination run wild in a city like Venice?
The theme is, as in all our venues, the recycling and creative recovery, which means the reuse of pieces, even important ones from historic mansions, old farmhouses and noble houses, which then go to make up our furnishings.
This is why we say ‘always the same and always different’, because the origin is the same but the pieces are unique; it depends on what we recover. Here in Venice there are walls made with ancient tiles that come from a mansion in Lucca and a noble house in the province of Pistoia. Some of the shop doors are made from the windows of a farm near Florence, the doors are from a cellar in Chianti.
So is the magnificent wrought iron gate from a kindergarten garden near Prato that we re-used in the corridor of the shop that we like to call ‘il boschetto’ ( the grove ) and where we recreated the atmosphere of a Tuscan wood with dried holm oak branches from our own farm in Chianti.
Listing all the pieces would be impossible because there are so many and each one has its own story to tell. Since we are in Venice, we could not miss the antique Murano chandeliers, of which there are three.
We even have a small ‘Throne Room’ with two antique armchairs, antique paintings and footstools where guests can eat or take pictures of themselves feeling like the Doge and Dogaressa of Venice… even if only for the time of a dinner.

The design in this restaurant is crazy, how could we not let our imagination run wild in a city like Venice? The theme is, as in all our venues, the recycling and creative recovery, which means the reuse of pieces, even important ones from historic mansions, old farmhouses and noble houses, which then go to make up our furnishings. This is why we say ‘always the same and always different’, because the origin is the same but the pieces are unique; it depends on what we recover. Here in Venice there are walls made with ancient tiles that come from a mansion in Lucca and a noble house in the province of Pistoia. Some of the shop doors are made from the windows of a farm near Florence, the doors are from a cellar in Chianti. So is the magnificent wrought iron gate from a kindergarten garden near Prato that we re-used in the corridor of the shop that we like to call ‘il boschetto’ ( the grove ) and where we recreated the atmosphere of a Tuscan wood with dried holm oak branches from our own farm in Chianti. Listing all the pieces would be impossible because there are so many and each one has its own story to tell. Since we are in Venice, we could not miss the antique Murano chandeliers, of which there are three. We even have a small ‘Throne Room’ with two antique armchairs, antique paintings and footstools where guests can eat or take pictures of themselves feeling like the Doge and Dogaressa of Venice… even if only for the time of a dinner.