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Little Venice – A Binghamton Institution

image1Originally established in 1946 and still going strong today, Little Venice is truly a Binghamton cornerstone.  Throughout its rich 70 year history, it has managed to go through location change and expansion, while maintaining it’s reputation as the area’s premier source of Italian cuisine.  A cuisine so sought after not only does the restaurant have its own gift shop full of product, you can also find their trademark sauce throughout various grocery stores.

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Located at 111 Chenango Street, they are not only famous for their sauce but also their homemade meat logs.  A delicacy that would certainly warrant a visit from anywhere in Upstate. The family business ran by Piero Lisio, his parents and his sister Gina, provides a lovely atmosphere for anything from a casual family outing to an intimate affair.   I am sure my Binghamton friends have eaten there many times, but for those who still haven’t or those out
of town, I highly suggest it.  For my Syracuse friends, if you can’t wait to try it, their sauce can be found in our local Price Chopper.  Don’t forget to check out the Little Venice Facebook and Instagram pages for more details and specials, as well as their website for menus and hours of operation.  If you haven’t had the pleasure, do yourself a favor and get yourself down there and see what others have been celebrating for over 70 years.  Buon appetito!!

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Little Venice – A Binghamton Institution Reviewed by on . Originally established in 1946 and still going strong today, Little Venice is truly a Binghamton cornerstone.  Throughout its rich 70 year history, it has manag Originally established in 1946 and still going strong today, Little Venice is truly a Binghamton cornerstone.  Throughout its rich 70 year history, it has manag Rating: 0
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