If pizza tastes better in Venice, it could just be the romance of the Floating City taking effect. But a new generation of artisanal bakers employing the best raw materials and dough-making techniques are turning out craft pizza worth a long lunch...and a glass of wine. Take a ride over to Grigoris for the pizza and the artisan beer selection, or dive into a pie at Tre Leoni.Related: 10 Things Locals Want You to Know About Venice

If pizza tastes better in Venice, it could just be the romance of the Floating City taking effect. But a new generation of artisanal bakers employing the best raw materials and dough-making techniques are turning out craft pizza worth a long lunch...and a glass of wine. Take a ride over to Grigoris for the pizza and the artisan beer selection, or dive into a pie at Tre Leoni.Related: 10 Things Locals Want You to Know About Venice

The Neapolitan pizza renaissance has conquered Florence, from the fabled Mercato Centrale (pictured) in San Lorenzo to the Largo Pietro Annigoni. But even as traditional Naples-style pizza with a soft core builds a hardcore following, habitués of neighborhood haunts like Yellow Bar don’t dare give up their tables, or their crisper pizza, without a fight.  Related: The Top Things to Do in Florence

The Neapolitan pizza renaissance has conquered Florence, from the fabled Mercato Centrale (pictured) in San Lorenzo to the Largo Pietro Annigoni. But even as traditional Naples-style pizza with a soft core builds a hardcore following, habitués of neighborhood haunts like Yellow Bar don’t dare give up their tables, or their crisper pizza, without a fight. Related: The Top Things to Do in Florence

One of the best restaurants in Florence

The Best Restaurants in Florence

One of the best restaurants in Florence

A Photo Tour of Venice's Outer Islands : Condé Nast Traveler | Seafood @ Da Celeste, Pallestrina, Italia

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A Photo Tour of Venice's Outer Islands : Condé Nast Traveler | Seafood @ Da Celeste, Pallestrina, Italia

Eating Out in Rome: Where the Locals Go - Condé Nast Traveler

Eating Out in Rome: Where the Locals Go

Eating Out in Rome: Where the Locals Go - Condé Nast Traveler

Venice, Italy Carnival: How to Escape the Crowds Like a Local

Venice Carnival: How to Escape the Crowds Like a Local

Venice, Italy Carnival: How to Escape the Crowds Like a Local

A smoky grilled corn salad loaded with fresh cherry tomatoes, avocado and basil leaves tossed in a refreshing vinaigrette

A smoky grilled corn salad loaded with fresh cherry tomatoes, avocado and basil leaves tossed in a refreshing vinaigrette

Pizza in Milan has style, as you would expect. At fashionable Dry (pictured), a slice of its remarkably airy focaccia is rarely seen without a signature cocktail at its side. Fortunately, the prevailing taste for minimalist design at L’Antro Della Sibilla and Solo Pizza does not extend to mozzarella. (Only when it comes to pizza do the Milanese like it cheesy.) Another must-visit spot? Frijenno Magnanno, which offers Naples-style pizza with bubbling crusts.  Related: The Top Things to Do in…

Pizza in Milan has style, as you would expect. At fashionable Dry (pictured), a slice of its remarkably airy focaccia is rarely seen without a signature cocktail at its side. Fortunately, the prevailing taste for minimalist design at L’Antro Della Sibilla and Solo Pizza does not extend to mozzarella. (Only when it comes to pizza do the Milanese like it cheesy.) Another must-visit spot? Frijenno Magnanno, which offers Naples-style pizza with bubbling crusts. Related: The Top Things to Do in…

A Venice Restaurant With Its Ethos Right in Its Name - The New York Times

A Venice Restaurant With Its Ethos Right in Its Name - The New York Times

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