Antiche is a culinary treasure well hid in a central neighborhood. It took its name from Ca - meaning house - and Rampani, the surname of the aristocratic family who owned the houses in this area and donated some to the Republic of Venice to house retired prostitutes. From there, the word "Carampana" has been used to this day to indicate an old, ugly and cheap woman. Far from being vulgar, but proud to pay tribute to its neighborhood, the Antiche Carampane only serves what the waters have granted on the day. Skillful chefs creatively prepare fish and seafood that you can enjoy in a jovial atmosphere. Eat to your heart's content and then seal it all with a sgroppino, the chilled lemon digestive that Italians love to drink after a meal.
Calle della Regina 2262, Sestiere Santa Croce, Venice