No other city on earth is quite like Venice. Since the early Middle Ages, Venice and its 118 islets joined by bridges and canals under a soaring sky, have made an unparalleled contribution to the history of Italy. With its unsurpassable beauty and richness, Venice has remained a magnet for art and culture, a spectacular destination that should be experienced by everyone at least once.
Il Palazzo Experimental’s façade comprises three entrances on the Canal Della Giudecca: one leading to the restaurant, one to the reception area and lobby, and one to the bar, signed Experimental Cocktail Club, only the Group’s third outside of their London and Paris addresses.
The Experimental Group has partnered with the Italian Supper Club founders Silvio Pezzana and Toto Dell’Aringa to open Ristorante Adriatica. Marking their first residency in Italy, the Italian Supper Club is returning to their homeland to offer Experimental guests an authentic Italian gastronomic experience, through a combination of strong flavours and locally sourced ingredients.
For the bar’s design, Meilichzon reached out to Cristina Celestino, one of Italy’s brightest young stars. The Milan-based Celestino got her architecture degree at the University of Venice, and in the confidential Experimental Cocktail Club Venice, she signs a love letter to the city with a polyphony of marbles and antique mirrors, inspired by Carlo Scarpa.
In compliance with the new anti-Covid decree of October 24, 2020, we regret to inform you that the Ristorante Adriatica is allowed to serve only in-house guests after 6 PM. For all residents, we dedicated a special promotion!