The osteria overlooks the Grand Canal on one side and Campo San Giacometo on the other.
Historically, the building which houses the Pesador has always belonged to the Rialto Market. In fact, it was here that the public weighbridge of the fruit and vegetable market was located, and this was its use from the sixteenth century right up to the 1970s.
Lunch or dine under the seventeenth century vaults which were deposits for goods of the Republic of Venice or outdoors, just a few steps from the Grand Canal and the Rialto Bridge; be captivated by dishes with a long history of Venetian cuisine; experience intense sensations in contact with history, in a city that speaks for itself.
This is what the Pesador can offer you, in a unique, unrepeatable and unforgettable setting.