Hotel All'Angelo erected in the seventeenth century, was unveiled 1924 and now
owned by the Carrain Family.
Right from the start the hotel and its restaurants have played a leading role in
the life of numerous Italian and foreign artists, who used it as their meeting
place to discuss art and literature. Even today there is a taste of art in the
hallway and in the restaurant where there are original paintings by Matisse, Mirò, Guttuso, Braque, Santomaso, Vedova and many other artists from the 900's.
In his 20st century inn, many artists of the modern painting of the new art
philosophy named Fronte Nuovo, which was born in these rooms in the 50s with the
name of Fronte Nuovo, fixed their cultural meetings in this elegant restaurant
of Venice, leaving to the owner many works of art, displayed on the walls among
beautiful paintings of great contemporary masters. An evening here is an
invitation to exercise all of your senses. The palate is captivated by the
sublime tastes of dishes that reach perfection while the sight is fascinated by
the masterpieces hanging in the room composing a rare decor. A well-known
International art critic, found the right words to express this sensational (in
the true meaning of the word) experience. For him, the tuna tartare with caviar
is like a trace of bitterness on a silk scarf, and the artichoke soup evokes a
nymph on the bank of a brook. The cube of sautéed foie gras compares to a big
grey cat on a red velvet cushion. The blood orange sorbet with its fine slices
of oranges shines like a joyous melody filled with sunshine and a spring caress.
A cuisine that can conjure such pretty metaphors is worthy of the highest
1988 saw the last large scale reorganization of the hotel that has brought about
radical change. The renovation work has restored the six hundreds style to the
building and the structural work has brought about great improvement combined
with up to date technology within European standards. The recent re-structural
work has enabled an expert decorator to restore the precious beam work of the
ceilings dating back from the 600's.
The facade overlooks the brook that leads to the Doges Palace, located in the
heart of the city near the best shops, museums, and full of charm right behind
St Mark's square that can be reachable easily walking without crossing any
The private landing gives the opportunity to arrive directly in the Restaurant - All’Angelo with private water taxi even going through the Bridge of Sighs.
HK Restaurant - A Restaurant inside the Restaurant
The modernity has
brought a new breath of innovation with the
H&K : not only a
Restaurant or a bar but a new refined cosy place based on a concept of
hospitality. Here guests can enjoy special cocktails or a high quality glass of
wine chosen from our precious list that can be perfectly combined with our specialities cooked flambé prepared by our professional maitre.
Even late at night it is possible to spend some time here getting a drink in a
The famous dining rooms
Room of Fronte Nuovo : here you may admire many works of art of the artist who gave life
really in this room in 1946 to the artistic movement of the New Front of the
Arts (Perilli, Vedova, Santomaso, Pizzinato, Morlotti, Cassinari, Viani).
( up to 40 places with tables from 2 to 12 people )
Guggenheim room: this is the room where Peggy Guggheneim always dined,
its table is still equal to that one used by her. The walls of the room display several
foreign artists' paintings (Matisse,Braque, Mirò, Tancredi ). Some of these are also present with their works to the
Museum Guggenheim in Venice.
( up to 30 people in tables from 2, 4 or 6 people )
Room : in the saloon there ared paintings of great Masters
(Musica, Afro, Severini, Vedova ) that universally testify by now their
the place of these artists recognized among the great ones of the modern art.
( up to o 80 places with tables from 2 to 20 people)
Gischià room: intitled to Leon Gischià , friend of the owner family and painter
scenographer of the Operà in Paris.
The room can actuallyhold upn to 50 people in tables from 4 and from 6 people.
Santomaso room : intitled to Giuseppe Santomaso (winning of the 1954 Biennal
exhibition). In this Room a "trittico" of painted panel and other works of
the artist made in different periods
The room can hold up to 50 people in tables from 4 and from 6 and it can
be combined to the Terrace; the presidential table can have 24 people.
Vedova room: intitled to Emilio Vedova. On the walls there are Panels that the
artist has expressly painted for the Restaurant
All' Angelo, here are other a
series of work that show different characteristics of the painting of
The room can hold up to of 80 people in tables from 6; in the Rotary Club (tables from 8)up
to 64 people; the presidential
unique table can entertain 44 people.
Terrace: Relaxing angle in Venice, to the shade of plants and flowers typical of
the Venetian lagoon.
Under the four big sunsshades that cover the whole terrace, you may eat or have
a cocktail,up to 70 people.